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Robert D. ...Advanced Nutrition, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Physics, Anatomy, Physiology, Biophysics, Food Science, Biochemical Thermodynamics, and Medical Diagnostics are some of the background courses that have been developed into a Cycle of Learning for the NCLEX examination. Sincerely, Dr. Bob My primary ...
96 Subjects: including English, reading, chemistry, calculus
Fort Worth, TX
Desiree B. ...I obtained a French instructor certificate in 2004 and successfully taught French to my children. I am also part of cross-cultural programs for expatriates in French-speaking countries (France and Belgium). Being a mother of 4 children, a classroom volunteer (meaning with a checked background),...
1 Subject: French
Allen, TX
Amanda N. I have a BS in Biology and BA in Classics(Latin/Greek)from UT Austin. I also have three years of experience at UTSW medical school. I provide in home tutoring and tailor the sessions to your child's needs.
24 Subjects: including chemistry, reading, English, writing
Dallas, TX
William F. ...I am a Computer Information Technology adjunct professor at Brookhaven College. I teach Introduction to Computing, which includes Windows and Office. I am teaching Windows for Seniors 50+, also.
6 Subjects: including Java, computer science, computer programming, web design
Garland, TX
Alissa S. ...I can help the student with memorizing verb tenses and when and how to use the different prepositions and other grammar aspects. I can also teach the student about the wonderful culture of Spanish-speaking countries. Becoming a strong writer does not happen overnight because it includes so many aspects: grammar, proofreading/editing, and oftentimes reading.
16 Subjects: including Spanish, English, reading, writing
Coppell, TX

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