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Alan H. ...This is what I can do for someone interested in learning photography. I will explain light and color, film or digital, and how to compose. Then I will tell you that your camera - whether it be a pin-hole, camera phone, point-and-shoot, pro-sumer or professional DSLR - is nothing more than a tool that is used to capture what you see.
2 Subjects: including writing, photography
Dallas, TX
Angela I. I have a bachelors degree in civil engineering. As I was working in that industry for a few years I volunteered working with youth. I went back to school to get my teacher certification so that I could work with students full time.
3 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, prealgebra
Dallas, TX
Kyle M. ...I also regularly assist on Quora and at the DFW Chinese meetup group classes. I am also trying to put together a website that allows users to receive humorous explanations to tricky questions. If you want someone who knows how to persevere in spite of significant challenge, joking the whole way...
24 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, Chinese
Dallas, TX
Courtney G. ...I graduated from Harvard University in 2013 and am passionate about helping students achieve their goals! I offer tutoring in SAT, ACT, AP exams, and all high school subjects. I can also help you to tell your story and discern your strengths in the college and scholarship application essay process.
49 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, geometry
Dallas, TX
Taisha H. I am a college senior attending Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. I am a double major in Chemistry and Psychology on the pre-med track. I currently have a 3.89 GPA and am expected to graduate magna cum laude in May 2015.
1 Subject: chemistry
Dallas, TX

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