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Eric F. My name is Eric and I am currently a student at Columbia University, and I will graduate in December 2015. I also currently work full-time as the program coordinator for the Launch Learning K-8 program at Launch Math & Science Centers. Due to my schedule, right now Sunday is my only free day, but I can also help any day other than Monday or Thursday after 7 pm.
17 Subjects: including ACT Math, elementary math, algebra 1, algebra 2
New York, NY
Louise E. ...My name is Louise E., and for the past 10 years I have been helping international executives and diplomats converse, make presentations, conduct interviews, modify their accents, and write emails and reports for their work in New York City. My specialty: making classes interesting and useful. I can help explain American culture - with articles from newspapers, music, and books.
20 Subjects: including ACT English, ACT Reading, reading, English
New York, NY
Monica S. My lifelong love of learning has inspired me to become a teacher. After graduating from NYU with honors with an individualized major focused on Art History, Writing, and Studio Art, I have gone on to pursue a degree in Childhood and Special Education at Hunter College. Once completed, I will hold dual certification in special and general education grades 1-6.
23 Subjects: including ACT English, ACT Reading, English, reading
New York, NY
Kristy E. ...All of this takes effort and concentration, but it does for any writer -- one of my themes is that writing isn't easy for anyone, so feelings of discouragement are normal. Writing well comes from reading consistently, so I encourage students to read a wide variety of texts, from pop culture arti...
14 Subjects: including ACT Reading, ACT English, English, reading
Brooklyn, NY
Jonathan L. ...Why? Because 1) everyone knows how to read, and 2) the answers are all right there in the test itself—it's just a matter of finding them. Students often get tripped up on Reading because they're overthinking it.
23 Subjects: including ACT Reading, ACT English, ACT Math, ACT Science
Brooklyn, NY

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