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Rhonda S. I have taught and tutored Algebra 1 for 6 years. I use manipulatives in my instruction to help students visualize the math and to be hands on. I have taught Geometry for 6 years and had my junior high students test out of high school geometry when entering public school from the private setting.
4 Subjects: including prealgebra, geometry, algebra 1, elementary math
College Station, TX
Kerri V. ...I excelled in Geometry as a student. It was very fun to learn the properties of shapes. I continue to use what I learned in my hobby as a woodcrafter.
10 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, geometry, ESL/ESOL
College Station, TX
Johnathon S. ...In the SAT test I took to qualify for college applications back in 2009, I received 760 on the math portion of my SAT test. I also received scores on the SAT Subject Tests of Math I and Math II of 720 and 800, respectively. In my coursework at Texas A&M University, in the Nuclear Engineering program, programming was initially taught in the Fortran language.
28 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, calculus, statistics
Bryan, TX
Stephanie S. ...I have been training others to use Excel for years. I would be happy to help you with Excel. I am a numbers person and algebra is my favorite math subject.
8 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, accounting, algebra 2
Bryan, TX
Johannah S. ...I know how to solve each different type of problem and am comfortable in explaining each one in multiple ways. I have experience working with kids at my church during high school, and I myself received tutoring from freshman to junior year, so I am familiar with the approaches to teaching math a...
6 Subjects: including prealgebra, SAT math, elementary math, flute
College Station, TX

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