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Belita M. ...I have a degree from SMU in Computer Science. I worked in the field: programming, project management, quality assurance including Q/A Management, testing, requirements gathering, auditing, for over 40 years. I also taught classes in programming, quality assurance, computer security, etc., for many years.
35 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, geometry
Mesquite, TX
Mica W. My name is Mica and I am an Advanced Statistics Tutor and Online Academic Coach specializing in helping students taking statistics courses or working on statistical analysis projects. I have 15+ years experience with SPSS and have helped many students complete both their analysis and subsequent written assignment. I have a M.S.
4 Subjects: including writing, statistics, SPSS, Microsoft Excel
Dallas, TX
Janet G. ...The method I use with students involves teaching problem-solving in a step-by-step manner so that my students can repeat the same steps and improve their skills. I hold a bachelor's degree in Biology from the University of Texas at Arlington. I have taught Biology at the high school level for 3 of the past 12 years of my teaching career.
5 Subjects: including chemistry, physics, biology, algebra 1
Arlington, TX
Ping Z. ...Through years of teaching I have come up with ways to explain the tricky concepts from different perspectives. And I am able to come up with practice problems on the fly to help my student drill and reinforce important concepts. I taught College Algebra and tutored calculus 1, 3 and 3 at University of Houston while I was working on master's degree in mathematics.
7 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Plano, TX
Amanda N. ...My scores were as follows: Verbal Reasoning 710/167 (97%), Quantitative Reasoning/Math 720/156 (68%), Analytic Writing 4.0 (49%). I am well qualified to prep students for the MCAT. In April of 2004 I scored in the top 3% of MCAT test takers with a 36/45. The score breakdown was Biology:14, Verbal:12, and Physics/Chemistry:10.
24 Subjects: including chemistry, reading, English, writing
Dallas, TX

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