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John C. ...Topics include periodic trends, Lewis structure determination, molecular geometry, stoichiometry, acid-base chemistry, electrochemistry, ions and solutions, chemical equilibria, thermodynamics, and biological applications. B.S. Chem from UT Dallas, two years tutoring experience through WyzAnt.
6 Subjects: including organic chemistry, physics, chemistry, calculus
Dallas, TX
Courtney G. ...I offer tutoring in SAT, ACT, AP exams, and all high school subjects. I can also help you to tell your story and discern your strengths in the college and scholarship application essay process. I've taught and mentored students in the US, China, and South Korea.
49 Subjects: including anthropology, English, philosophy, biology
Dallas, TX
Taisha H. I am a college senior attending Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. I am a double major in Chemistry and Psychology on the pre-med track. I currently have a 3.89 GPA and am expected to graduate magna cum laude in May 2015.
1 Subject: chemistry
Dallas, TX
Helen W. I have been working as a private tutor since I was in college. I have a bachelor's in Biomedical Engineering and an MSPH in infectious disease, and I have continued my tutoring business while I stay at home with my young son. I work well with 7-12 graders and early college students.
45 Subjects: including biology, chemistry, vocabulary, prealgebra
Dallas, TX
Sileshi Y. I have a bachelors degree in physics from Makelle University and masters degree in Applied Physics from The University of Texas At Dallas. Mathematics is my minor for my Bachelors degree. I was a high school teacher in Ethiopia, my home country, for more than a year after I earned my bachelors degree.
2 Subjects: including physics, algebra 1
Dallas, TX

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