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Amal S. ...I prefer to tutor in library or public places. I really enjoy tutoring students and make them understand various concepts in math and science. When I see my students improve on their knowledge and grades, it makes me feel that I have been successful in teaching them.I have been tutoring Algebra 1 since last five years.
14 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, geometry
$40.00/hr
Buford, GA
David Y. ...I expect a lot more investment than that from both myself and from the students I work with. As such, I tend to over-prepare for my lessons and give my absolute tailored best to each student. It is therefore only possible for me to take a few clients per year, and I'd very much prefer to meet regularly with them for long enough to appreciate their progress and share in their success.
5 Subjects: including calculus, physics, SAT math, SAT writing
$65.00/hr
Atlanta, GA
Ozden S. ...I believe students can learn things when they try to resolve the problems/questions by themselves. I have experience tutoring with high school students in physics and teach physics laboratory classes in the college level. I always start the lessons with questions and give students opportunities to explore the answers by doing, observing and talking.
5 Subjects: including calculus, physics, algebra 1, algebra 2
$65.00/hr
Atlanta, GA
Jessica H. ...What I enjoy the most is having a student who did not like math to hearing him/her say, "I love math now and it's not as bad as I thought it would be." That's exciting and it's also rewarding for both the student and the parent. It's important that a students confidence level grows and are no longer timid about math problems. Being loyal and patient is vital to a student-tutor relationship.
5 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, trigonometry
$40.00/hr
Kennesaw, GA
Michael P. ...However, the athlete with the fastest reaction time will normally be a step ahead of his\her opponent. I focus on drills and activities that increase an athletes reaction time. 5. Visualization/Instincts - Its important to spend 15-20 mins a day meditating and visualizing yourself accomplishing your goals as an athlete.
20 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, ASVAB
$45.00/hr
Decatur, GA

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