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Sam E. ...As a full-time tutor since graduating from Columbia University and a native New Yorker, I have a lot of Regents experience. The most common standardized tests with which I help my students are Regents exams. While Regents exams are not as intensive as SAT IIs or AP exams, they do require guided practice and understanding.
41 Subjects: including calculus, English, chemistry, physics
New York, NY
Richard B. ...After working for many years in the financial services industry, I returned to Princeton to complete their Teacher Preparation Program and do my student teaching. I also took a number of math courses at Princeton which was a great opportunity to study with some brilliant teachers. I am now a NJ state certified math teacher.
19 Subjects: including calculus, statistics, geometry, algebra 1
Lebanon, NJ
Melissa F. ...I have also tutored for the last 7 years with various ages, including middle school through high school seniors studying for their SAT. I think that all students have the ability to do well in mathematics with one-on-one tutoring. Some students just need the extra attention they cannot always receive in the classroom!
9 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Stamford, CT
Jenny D. I graduated from Oklahoma State with a degree in mathematics in December of 2010. We recently moved to the Parsippany area after being in Kansas City, where I tutored for five years. I love tutoring because it gives me an opportunity to help the student have confidence in themselves, which in turn flows into the rest of life.
18 Subjects: including calculus, reading, ESL/ESOL, algebra 1
Parsippany, NJ
Taiesha A. ...I form a test-prep plan based on the student's individual strengths and weaknesses. Progress is monitored through regular homework assignments. I also give students practice tests on a semi-regular basis in order to objectively measure progress and to gauge where instruction should be focused.
21 Subjects: including calculus, physics, statistics, geometry
Brooklyn, NY

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