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Jonathan R. ...I've tutored dozens of students to scores of over 30, and many more who have increased their scores 3-8 points. Once recent example is my student Ben, who started with a 24 composite before studying with me. He earned a 29 composite after 7 sessions with me, and I'm continuing to work with him in his attempt to score 30 or higher to make him eligible for college scholarships.
39 Subjects: including trigonometry, precalculus, elementary math, ACT Math
$70.00/hr
Parker, CO
Patrick M. ...My approach to coaching for all standardized tests is holistic: content for sure, but also strategy, guessing, calculator selection and usage, nutrition and sleep. I can help students struggling with Singapore Math understand how to build models to solve problems. I can help students increase t...
45 Subjects: including geometry, elementary math, ACT Math, differential equations
$57.00/hr
Littleton, CO
Jennifer M. ...Even though I was in the gifted in talented program from elementary through high school, I did not fully develop my study skills until I was a college student. As a high school student and college student, I have tutored students ranging from elementary to younger college students. Some studen...
32 Subjects: including SAT math, piano, English, algebra 1
$50.00/hr
Aurora, CO
Walter B. ...I have a PhD in Statistics which included a lot of economics. I have also used econometrics to construct several algorithms that I sold to GMAC. I have worked in the field since 1990 and tutored many students along the way.
52 Subjects: including statistics, ACT Math, discrete math, differential equations
$60.00/hr
Denver, CO
Sandra M.
5 Subjects: including algebra 2, probability, algebra 1, prealgebra
$65.00/hr
Denver, CO

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