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Michael W. ...I was an advanced math student, completing the equivalent of Geometry before high school. During my most recent tutoring through WyzAnt, I have already helped numerous geometry students either maintain or improve their grade in class, which is always a delight to see. Finally, geometry is a lar...
17 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, statistics, algebra 1
$50.00/hr
Itasca, 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
Johnny M. ...The majority of my time writing those documents was spent inside the Microsoft Word platform. I am knowledgeable in creating cover pages, page numbers, page margins, and more. Microsoft Powerpoint was the exclusive presentation tool used throughout my Chemical Engineering program.
14 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, calculus, algebra 1
$30.00/hr
Schaumburg, IL
Brendan D. ...Throughout my career I've heard from coworkers, parents, administrators, and students that I often have success with students that have had difficulty working with other teachers. There are a couple of non-academic areas I'm also comfortable teaching. I'm an author who has published short stories in a number of professional markets and performs publicly on a regular basis.
28 Subjects: including geometry, English, reading, writing
$60.00/hr
Forest 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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