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Trevor H. ...Together we will monitor your progress, diagnose areas of weakness, and use our analysis to hone and modify our practice and study program and to develop techniques that will help you earn more points on the SAT. Strong SAT training works to improve anyone's performance on the test. I offer custom-focused training aimed at achieving an elite score.
56 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, reading, writing
New Rochelle, NY
Larry G. ...I've taught geometry to numerous students, both in the classroom and individually. I am very familiar with the material and work to the individual needs of each student. I have taught and tutored trig and algebra 2 to many students, and have helped them succeed in their math studies.
8 Subjects: including prealgebra, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Bronx, NY
Christine V. ...Having studied Japanese Studies at Middlebury College, I have attained intermediate proficiency in the Japanese language. I spent a semester living in Tokyo in 2010. Having tutored several students in the past, I have gained much experience in preparing students for their math Regents, primarily Integrated Algebra (Algebra 1) and Geometry.
7 Subjects: including prealgebra, geometry, Japanese, algebra 1
Bronx, NY
Tiffany G. My love of teaching comes from a lifelong love of learning. As a summa cum laude graduate, I know that hard work and dedication to learning can pay off. As one of the top 50 WyzAnt tutors nationwide, I have had the pleasure of helping hundreds of students realize their own potential and see their grades and test scores improve.
37 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, reading, GED
New York, NY
Grace Z. ...One thing that I have learned from my time as a student is the importance of developing correct study skills. I have learned that cramming is the least effective way to study. To do well, I've realized that one must study a subject over a period of time, make connections when going over certain points of a subject and to understand, not memorize, the concepts that are taught.
36 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, TOEFL, GED
New York, NY

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