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Ana H. ...Also, I was a Dean of Discipline for six years. I love teaching. My strengths are in ELA, reading comprehension and phonics.
3 Subjects: including reading, elementary (k-6th), phonics
Saint Albans, NY
Cynthia B. ...I earned my BA in English from Georgetown University. I have an English degree. I am a licensed attorney.
14 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, ESL/ESOL
Montclair, NJ
Leslie R. ...I have two master's degrees and a PhD, so I feel pretty qualified to tutor students in a variety of areas, specifically English and Sociology. My goal as a teacher/tutor is to instill a love and appreciation of learning in my students, and empower them to take control of their education. Education is incredibly important to me, and I hope that I can pass that along to my students.
5 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, literature
Forest Hills, NY
Rebecca T. ...After earning a Master's Degree in Education and teaching for over 20 years, I remain as passionate about my work today as I was when I began. I work with students ranging from true beginners to advanced international graduate students and professionals. I work with all ages as well, from elementary school age (I have NJ K-12 ESL Certification) through mature adults.
1 Subject: ESL/ESOL
Jersey City, NJ
Timothy R. ...NYU: 2050 55. Syracuse: 1850 --. CUNY schools: 1650 As you can see, a couple hundred points makes a HUGE difference in the quality of school a student is competitive for. 150 points can be the difference between NYU and Princeton, or Syracuse and NYU. A final thing to remember about my results: They're real.
9 Subjects: including GRE, SAT math, ACT Math, SAT reading
New York, NY

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