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David M. ...I finished my degree at Princeton in 2006 majoring in Politics specializing in Political Theory and American Politics so I'm very well equipped to tutor social studies and history along with related fields. I also took many classes in English at college so I can work with students in that area t...
41 Subjects: including statistics, proofreading, Praxis, social studies
New York, NY
Edward H. ...I've taught American and British literature, writing, speculative literature, and etymology. I stress an active reading approach favored by Princeton University's McGraw School of Education. I tend to teach books recommended by the College Board.
32 Subjects: including SAT math, elementary math, reading, probability
Ridgefield, NJ
Michael F. ...Use small words rather than big words. Psychology research shows that readers regard writing as LESS intelligent when big words are used unnecessarily! I will teach you how to implement these and the five other rules I’ve developed from my experience as an author, editor, proofreader and writin...
11 Subjects: including probability, statistics, writing, accounting
New York, NY
Noah C. ...I do everything from drilling with vocab that is highly likely to appear on the test to giving you techniques for not missing details in the long reading passages. As a former Kaplan SAT/ACT Tutor with an SAT score in the 99th percentile (2250 total w/ 800 in Critical Reading), I have spent hun...
10 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, trigonometry
New York, NY
Matthew M. ...I am uniquely qualified to teach Math and business due to my BA in Mathematics, My personal experience in business and my success and time in the military. The most valuable lesson I learned while serving in the armed forces was that any obstacle can be overcome. Though teamwork, objective thinking and planning, there is no problem that cannot be solved.
25 Subjects: including prealgebra, SAT math, discrete math, algebra 1
New York, NY

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