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Natasa D. ...The course was composed of both theoretical lessons and laboratory work. I have received a high grade in that course (9 on a scale 1-10 with 10 being the highest grade). I have taken a course in genetics at university level. I have a high grade in that course.
6 Subjects: including biology, chemistry, physics, microbiology
Willowbrook, IL
Jill M. I am a graduate student working on my PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. I am capable of tutoring in many fields, but my areas of specialty are in psychology and statistics. I am proficient in SPSS.
20 Subjects: including psychology, philosophy, English, SPSS
Chicago, IL
Sharee O. ...I am a lover of reading and have taught a variety of novels from The Canterbury Tales to Their Eyes Were Watching God and more. As a history teacher I am certified to teach World History. I have taught 6th grade World History.
20 Subjects: including anthropology, reading, writing, English
Chicago, IL
Anne N. ...My calculations included analysis at the following levels: individual, population, and species. I analyzed chemical composition of tissues, environmental parameters, population history, respiration / physiological responses, and used data to generate a predictive model. During my BSGS program I...
43 Subjects: including physical science, chemistry, reading, biostatistics
Bensenville, IL
Daunte H. ...I prefer one-on-one tutoring but can hold small group test prep sessions as well. I love to engage my students with challenging but creative learning strategies. I excel at helping students become self-sufficient learners by providing a tutoring style that is unique and catered to various learning styles.
10 Subjects: including sociology, biology, ACT Science, psychology
Chicago, IL

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