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Matt N. ...Degree in Environmental Studies from SJSU. I graduated Cum Laude. I have minors in Chemistry and Political Science.
26 Subjects: including geometry, reading, English, chemistry
$40.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
John P. ...I recommend students prepare for standardized tests by working through practice exams for relatively short periods of time several times a day. This gives them familiarity with the test format while identifying areas to focus on during tutoring sessions. The TEAS exam tests potential nursing students in the subject areas of reading comprehension, math, science, and language usage.
39 Subjects: including geometry, reading, chemistry, English
$45.00/hr
Santa Rosa, CA
MICHAEL S. ...I don't believe in memorization to succeed. Yes, it's needed at times. But you'll have a much better time in school understanding it conceptually.
34 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, GRE, GMAT
$50.00/hr
Fairfield, CA
Jairus V. ...This style of learning allows my students to comprehend the subject as a whole rather than a topic by topic basis. I typically like to assess my students' weakness and strengths early in the relationship in order to tailor the most effective tutoring agenda. This allows me to work with students...
15 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, organic chemistry, economics
$50.00/hr
Pleasant Hill, CA
Dave S. ...For example, my five current statistics students each came to me feeling very confused. But after a session or two, each one knew what they were doing, why they were doing it, and how to do it; it all make sense. By the end of our time together, the most frequent comment I get is, "Wow, statist...
14 Subjects: including geometry, statistics, ASVAB, GRE
$50.00/hr
Hercules, CA

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