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Michelle H. ...Every student learns in his or her own way and I do my best to present the topics in the way that works best for you. I have both lived and taught (English as foreign language) in France, and enjoy helping students from all different backgrounds. I graduated from Missouri State University with a 3.62 overall (4 point scale), thus I feel that I am qualified to tutor in many areas.
16 Subjects: including geometry, English, chemistry, French
$40.00/hr
Carol Stream, IL
Vikki W. ...They are experts at teaching study skills for the long-term; I have been applying these methods for the past few months, with dramatic results. These methods include: * Taking notes, and having students follow along, copying the full notes for themselves. * Frequently stopping to have students e...
21 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, calculus, statistics
$85.00/hr
Naperville, IL
Carolyn O. ...I began French as an undergrad as an extension of my studies in Latin. I took one semester of French as an undergrad before I received a university grant to study abroad, living in Paris for a year. While there, I was permitted to skip the next level to take the advanced class (the equivalent of French III) at the Sorbonne.
52 Subjects: including geometry, reading, English, writing
$75.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Junaid M. ...I used MATLAB throughout my graduate studies and most of my Masters thesis was done with MATLAB. Since then, for the past twelve years I have used MATLAB for various research projects relating generally to mathematical modeling within the field of medicine. I am experienced not only with basic functions within MATLAB but also more advanced functions as well as writing software in MATLAB.
18 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, physics, GRE
$75.00/hr
Villa Park, IL
Jordan V. ...Consider the operation d/dx( f(x) ). It is difficult to know what these symbols are implying unless you might see that d/dx( x^2) = 2x, d/dx( x^3) = 3x^2, d/dx( x^4) = 4x^3, d/dx( x^5) = 5x^4. Eventually you might catch that the power of x in the parentheses drops down and becomes a coefficient in each equation. This is just one pattern you are guaranteed to learn with plenty of repetition.
7 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, physics, algebra 1
$55.00/hr
Chicago, IL

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