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Atul G. ...I got a B in the first semester and an A in the second semester. Since taking the course I have had experience tutoring 2 kids in college-level organic chemistry. The STAAR being a standardized test, my skills in tutoring students for other standardized tests, such as the SAT and MCAT, are applicable.
41 Subjects: including ACT Reading, chemistry, ACT English, ACT Math
$25.00/hr
Galveston, TX
Richard W. Hi, my name is Richard. I am a graduate student at the University of Houston and a mathematics tutor at San Jacinto College. I have 3 to 4 years experience in mathematics.
16 Subjects: including ACT Math, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
$60.00/hr
League City, TX
Randall H. ...See you soon! I was personally trained to teach phonics by Marie LeDoux, the author of the successful phonics program, Play N Talk. I have been teaching piano for the past 25 years and am a member of the music guild.
42 Subjects: including ACT English, ACT Reading, reading, writing
$60.00/hr
Seabrook, TX
Samantha N. ...I received a BS in Biology and a BA in Spanish in 2011. My professional experience involves various scientific research positions discovering new ways to interrupt pathogen infections or study. I really love the sciences, math, reading and writing.
20 Subjects: including ACT Science, Spanish, chemistry, biology
$40.00/hr
Friendswood, TX
Clynie H. ...I am a retired teacher, so I have the time to dedicate and help students in the areas that they need help in. I have experience in helping and tutoring students in pre-K through sixth grades. Once I find out the area where the student needs help, then I do an assessment test for that area.
17 Subjects: including ACT Reading, grammar, ACT English, reading
$60.00/hr
Friendswood, TX

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