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Scott C. ...I tutored college students for two years in writing skills. I have two degrees in social studies, experience with AP social studies and I worked in political offices for two years. I am very flexible and I am willing to meet you almost anywhere.
5 Subjects: including statistics, writing, algebra 1, SAT math
Westfield, NJ
Walter P. ...After leaving AT&T Labs, I founded my own economic and statistical consulting firm in the Princeton area. I've been an adjunct professor of economics at Rutgers University for over 28 years teaching a variety of courses, a few of which are: Principles of Economics (Micro and Macro); Intermediate...
4 Subjects: including statistics, economics, econometrics, probability
Plainsboro, NJ
Michael P. ...Even though I have not tutored with WyzAnt before, I do have tutoring experience. I have tutored a number of students in various subjects. Regardless of what I was teaching, my goal was to make sure the student understood the material at hand and completed the session with not only more knowledge but also a greater confidence in the subject.
20 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, algebra 2, biology
Staten Island, NY
Steven M. ...My formal training over the past year has focused on standardized test preparation, time management techniques, and general subject instruction. In 2006, I graduated from King School as Valedictorian, Presidential Scholarship Finalist, National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist, and National AP Scholar. I graduated from Williams College in 2010 with degrees in Mathematics and Economics.
39 Subjects: including statistics, reading, English, writing
New York, NY
John S. ...I have also tutored students preparing for the SAT and ACT exams. Through the years, I have seen students do well in class, complete their homework, review the materials before an exam and yet, fail the test. This is because they are trying to memorize the information rather than understand the concepts and apply them appropriately.
14 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
Watchung, NJ

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