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Benjamin R. ...I can tutor multiple students, but have a maximum of three students per session, and charge the full rate per student. I will not bill for my services if my students are unsatisfied with the quality of my lessons. Undergraduates at St.John's College study pure mathematics and the foundations of mathematical physics and astronomy.
29 Subjects: including algebra 2, SAT math, GRE, GED
Chicago, IL
Lorri E. ...Currently I substitute in a local elementary school and also do volunteer work with special education students in the area of pet therapy. My schedule in flexible, and I work with students in a quiet environment such as your local library. I am very patient and value the importance of students understanding the reasoning skills needed to apply their knowledge to every day life.
15 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, grammar, geometry
Lake Villa, IL
Marc O. ...I always learned best when math was related to sports and money. That being said, every student is different and I cannot wait to discover your passions in order to help you learn in the most effective way possible. I'd love to teach you any form of math, or coach you on the baseball field.
5 Subjects: including algebra 1, elementary math, prealgebra, probability
Roselle, IL
Larry P. ...I use the Barron's book for the national tests. In my opinion it is the most difficult and if a student does well with Barron's then the regular test should be much easier. I believe that math is fun and that overcoming many students' phobia about math is the key to success.
12 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, calculus, geometry
Lake Villa, IL
Margo D. ...I have tutored Chemistry (regular and honors level) for over 10 years now. I help students learn both the concepts and the mechanics of the math needed to excel in their Chemistry class. I try to de-mystify the concepts by relating them to things students already see and understand in the world around them.
33 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, English, chemistry
Chicago, IL

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