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Smit P. ...I was also part of my high school's math and chemistry clubs where students having trouble with the respective subjects came to get help from me. I think I have this experience which helps me connect with other high school and college students and help them find the right way to learn certain co...
6 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, prealgebra, chemistry
Linden, NJ
Jonathan L. ...These tests aren't going to ace themselves! I deal primarily in the SAT & ACT, but I can also provide test prep for PSAT and select Regents & AP exams as well as more traditional tutoring in math, English (reading, writing, etc.), and general homework help across a variety of subjects. Students with IEPs or special learning needs are welcome!
23 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, elementary math, ACT Math
New York, NY
Hilton T. ...All students showed significant improvement in the subject areas, and went on to do well in the state wide exams. I have even prepared some students for either the SHSAT (grade 7) or the Hunter High School (grade 6) entrance exam. I am very familiar with the Regents curriculum, as I have been teaching it at school (or tutoring privately), for the last ten years.
21 Subjects: including ACT Math, algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus
South Richmond Hill, NY
Allen H. ...I have a degree in mathematics and I am an actuary by profession. An actuary must have a high level of mathematical skills with algebra one of the key subjects in order to succeed. I am an actuary by profession and I hold a degree in mathematics.
7 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, prealgebra, precalculus
Woodbridge, NJ
Melissa K. ...I am currently working in virology research in Manhattan and looking to spend some more time teaching. I find a one-on-one teaching setting to be the most effective and rewarding. I feel that the best way to begin an interaction between student and mentor is to establish expectations for the time spent working together so that the student and parent are fully satisfied with the tutoring.
29 Subjects: including prealgebra, elementary math, geometry, precalculus
New York, NY

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