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Mark S. Biology is one of the three most important branches in science. I have been a dedicated, highly recognized, and outstanding teacher of the biological sciences for twenty plus years; highly experienced in anatomy, physiology, pathology, cell biology, genetics, molecular biology, zoology, environment...
3 Subjects: including biology, anatomy, physiology
$70.00/hr
Bloomfield, NJ
Maria F. I love math/science and love to share my enthusiasm for these subjects with my students. I did my undergraduate in Physics and Astronomy at Vassar, and did an Engineering degree at Dartmouth. I'm now a PhD student at Columbia in Astronomy (have completed two Masters by now) and will be done in a year.
11 Subjects: including physical science, algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus
$80.00/hr
New York, NY
John H. ...Deductive and Inductive reasoning was also an important segment of the class. I programmed in Perl or 3 years professionally. Although I use Python more often now, the syntax and flow of Perl is very similar.
22 Subjects: including philosophy, algebra 1, algebra 2, psychology
$85.00/hr
New York, NY
Xavier H. ...I am qualified to tutor Chemical Engineering courses, because I graduated with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering with a GPA in 3.31. I earned A's for the following engineering courses: (1) Introduction of Thermodynamics; (2) Material & Energy Balances; (3)Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics; and (...
13 Subjects: including physics, algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus
$65.00/hr
New York, NY
Rochelle C. I'm a recent graduate of SUNY Plattsburgh with a degree in Anthropology and a minor in Archaeology. Throughout college I specialized in forensics, paleopathology and zoology. I also have experience as a teacher's assistant (TA) for Anthropology courses at college.
3 Subjects: including geology, anthropology, archaeology
$30.00/hr
Newark, NJ

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