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Jeremy S. ...Utilizing this approach, I have been able to engender marked intellectual growth. As just one example, students in my AP Economics class last year (2 classes of 25 students each) outperformed their national peers by 32%, their Fairfax County peers by 43%, and their school peers by 78%. In fact, ...
11 Subjects: including SAT math, economics, SAT reading, SAT writing
Annandale, VA
Caroline S. ...I currently work as a professional economist. Though I am located in Arlington, Virginia, I am happy to travel to meet students, particularly to areas that are easily accessible via Metro.I work as a professional economist, where I utilize econometric models and concepts regularly using both STA...
16 Subjects: including discrete math, differential equations, probability, ACT Math
Arlington, VA
Herbert H. ...I can tutor all high school math including pre-calculus, trigonometry, geometry and Algebra I&II, 2 years of Calculus and beyond; plus SAT, GRE, ACT and other standardized test preparation. I can also tutor Physics and first year Chemistry.I have tutored this subject successfully in the past. In the past I was both a faculty high school mathematics instructor and a junior college instructor.
28 Subjects: including logic, algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus
Fairfax, VA
Alex L. ...The pride I take in my educational achievements has been a product of a number of mentors in my life—parents, high school teachers, and college professors. I graduated from American University (BA in English Literature) with Honors and a 3.86 GPA. I have experience editing and revising student essays to help the student improve his or her writing.
9 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, American history, grammar
Washington, DC
Lewis W. ...The primary challenge to philosophy is ensuring that all your arguments are indisputably logical according to the mathematical laws of logic so that while meaningfully testable no professor can falsify your statements in the Popperian sense. Then, in an ideal world of forms, you have to express ...
58 Subjects: including SPSS, logic, linear algebra, SAT math
Washington, DC

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