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Lewis W. ...Wooldridge and Hamilton), have presented original research on the forefront of econometrics. While I can mention my econometric qualifications, students totally make my day when they write: "Great tutor, knows his material. Lewis is a tremendous tutor.
57 Subjects: including algebra 2, English, chemistry, SAT math
$99.00/hr
Washington, DC
Austin H. ...I have worked with the Stockton Symphony as a music teacher, the Central Valley Youth Symphony as a woodwinds coach, and Redwood High School Music Department as a woodwinds coach. I also have worked for eight years as a general music tutor for all levels of music theory, music history, and ear training. For general academic subjects I have tutored math and English for eight years.
11 Subjects: including algebra 2, writing, algebra 1, public speaking
$40.00/hr
Hyattsville, MD
Elizabeth C. ...I have bachelor's and master's in environmental engineering - testimony to the fact that learning math, biology, and other challenging subjects can actually be easy and fun when equipped with the right techniques and tools!In my prior experiences as a tutor, work management skills have been a cri...
17 Subjects: including algebra 2, reading, writing, biology
$70.00/hr
Germantown, MD
Nick K. ...Additionally, I volunteered weekly as a tutor teaching elementary students math and language arts. Building from these opportunities, I worked aiding in test prep for the SAT and tutoring Calculus AB+BC and physics. I've taken higher level mathematics classes up to Multivariable calculus (Calculus III). I love to help out anyone struggling or just looking for more practice to get ahead!
22 Subjects: including algebra 2, reading, writing, calculus
$50.00/hr
Great Falls, VA
Clark R. ...During this level course, students gain proficiency in solving linear equations, inequalities, and systems of linear equations. New concepts include solving quadratic equations and inequalities, exploring conics, investigating polynomials, and applying/using matrices to organize and interpret data. Students will also investigate exponential and logarithmic functions.
17 Subjects: including algebra 2, chemistry, ASVAB, calculus
$60.00/hr
Leesburg, VA

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