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Tom F. ...I have developed special individualized programs for each of these special needs students. These classes were self contained with no more than 8 students in the class. I have taught students with autism, aspergers, and other special needs in the Georgia Resa program for more than 8 years.
48 Subjects: including SAT math, chemistry, English, physics
Dallas, GA
Kara F. ...Have taken MANY college Chemistry courses. I am highly qualified, and have taught Physical Science for four years. I am a highly-qualified state certified teacher in Science grades 4-12.
11 Subjects: including SAT math, chemistry, physics, algebra 1
Newnan, GA
Bryan D. ...I have tutored dozens of students for ACT testing. I have run classes to teach 6-10 students for two 8-hr sessions on weekends. I have a strong educational background in math, and I have perfected my own method to tackling the ACT.
15 Subjects: including SAT math, geometry, statistics, algebra 1
Newnan, GA
Matthew O. ...As part of my graduate assistantship, I spent approximately two years tutoring for Georgia State University helping hundreds of students answer questions regarding algebra, statistics, and pre-calculus. Ensuring student success comes from investing time in understanding each student's background...
8 Subjects: including SAT math, calculus, statistics, algebra 2
Douglasville, GA
Joseph G. ...I like to emphasize underlying principles instead of memorizing formulas. I am knowledgeable in the fields of physical science and mathematics, ranging from the basic to advanced levels. I have been a mathematics tutor and a physics laboratory teaching assistant at the University of West Georgia.
18 Subjects: including SAT math, chemistry, calculus, physics
Sharpsburg, GA

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