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Wesley L. ...However, the book doesn't tell you what you are doing wrong or how to improve yourself. If you want to be sure to do well on your first attempt, I will teach you how to approach problems, techniques, timing and approaches that cannot be found in any one single study guide but rather a compilatio...
25 Subjects: including precalculus, social studies, ACT Reading, ACT English
New York, NY
Steve P. ...I'm a registered professional engineer, an active duty Naval Officer, but also a former full-time teacher of high school science. I've enjoyed success as a professional tutor over the past 5 years in several areas coast-to-coast, from developmental to the most competitive districts. I have also tutored undergraduate college students in physics and engineering courses.
20 Subjects: including precalculus, trigonometry, prealgebra, geometry
Greenwich, CT
Tommy W. I'm a Ph.D. scientist with proven experience teaching and tutoring at the high school, undergraduate and graduate levels. I have successfully taught 7 sections of undergraduate general chemistry, tutored high school and college algebra and taught 2 sections of advanced molecular biology. My teaching philosophy is to challenge students without frustrating them.
8 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, prealgebra, biochemistry
Norwalk, CT
Mark S. ...I hold New York State permanent certification (K-12 math) and the more rigorous National certification (Adolescent and Young Adulthood Math). I've been teaching high school math in Westchester County - all levels - for the past 17 years. My specialties are courses I've taught the most, namely ...
13 Subjects: including statistics, linear algebra, probability, algebra 1
North Salem, NY
Patrick G. ...In eleventh grade, I became a volunteer for one of the after-school programs. The program I joined was designed to teach adults and youths how to read, write and perform basic arithmetic operations. These individuals had not had the chance to attend schools while growing up.
4 Subjects: including calculus, trigonometry, physics, mechanical engineering
Albertson, NY

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