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Ray E. ...Algebra is the means of expressing any engineering idea. I have used it extensively. I have also taught it at the high school level.
11 Subjects: including physics, statistics, geometry, ACT Math
$50.00/hr
Washington, NJ
Jay D. Hello, my name is Jay. I am a double major at Rutgers University in Astrophysics and Molecular Biology & Biochemistry (MBB). I am currently a third year undergrad student expecting to graduate in May 2016. I have studied rigorous physics for several years now, and I feel like it is time to pass down my expertise to whoever is interested.
8 Subjects: including physical science, astronomy, physics, chemistry
$30.00/hr
Bridgewater, NJ
Darryl P. ...I have been granted 12 US patents. I developed and taught internal technology classes at two Fortune 500 chemical companies. I am a certified Zenger-Miller (now Achieve Global) facilitator.
1 Subject: chemistry
$50.00/hr
Stewartsville, NJ
James K. ...In addition, I am the author of a course called "Honors Physics" published by Teaching Point which includes all of the content needed by a novice physics teacher. What I really have to offer that is different from other physics teachers is that I have a full set of physics equipment and material...
1 Subject: physics
$80.00/hr
Kendall Park, NJ
John H. ...I've also completed extensive coursework on the graduate level of organic and inorganic chemistry. I would be a great asset in the assistance of learning material for the AP chemistry exams as well as any college or high school level course. I'm efficient at tutoring on the fly but also pride myself on having lessons ready and prepared to cover material from A-Z.
2 Subjects: including chemistry, organic chemistry
$55.00/hr
Lebanon, NJ

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