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Robert G. ...I've substitute taught for undergraduate philosophy classes and have extensive experience tutoring students in philosophy. I have a B.A. degree in philosophy, however the course work for this major included many classes in religion including course work in Judaism, Christianity, Theology, the ps...
9 Subjects: including philosophy, Japanese, ESL/ESOL, public speaking
White Plains, NY
John C. ...I have seen the notes and tests for Organic Chemistry 1 and 2 from Rutgers, Penn State, FDU, WPU, NYU, Ramapo, and several other schools through my tutoring. I understand how difficult the subject can be and have seen it taught in several different ways. TEAS is an essential test for prospective nursing students.
71 Subjects: including biology, calculus, elementary (k-6th), grammar
Dumont, NJ
Christopher A. ...Then I have students repeatedly do each type until they become commonplace. Last, I have them do as many practice tests as possible so they learn to apply the concepts utilizing time management. By repeating each question type rather than doing one and moving one I ensure that the concept sticks in the student's mind.
30 Subjects: including philosophy, ACT Science, reading, English
Norwalk, CT
Jason C. ...As a tutor I will be able to work with a multitude of students, ranging from basic high school biology through nursing and medical human physiology and pharmacology. I will be able to assist students in achieving the necessity in completing their common core requirements, as well as assisting nu...
11 Subjects: including biology, nursing, physiology, biochemistry
Locust Valley, NY
Brian A. ...Ph.D. in Statistics and years of industry experience. CFA Charter earned 1999 and extensive experience teaching CFA material.I have judged debate at both the local level and the national level. I just started my 17th season, judging at the Yale Invitational last weekend.
22 Subjects: including biostatistics, algebra 1, calculus, psychology
Stamford, CT

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