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Ben B. ...I scored a 2300 on the SAT in high school and have been tutoring the test for years. My students average a 200-300 point increase and recently one increased his score by 600. I scored a 760 on the GMAT and have tutored numerous students on the test.
21 Subjects: including ACT Reading, ACT Math, writing, reading
$80.00/hr
New York, NY
Steven M. ...I can instruct students to use a variety of proofreading techniques. If you're looking for a quick spoiler, my two best pieces of advice would be never proofread on an electronic screen and always read the writing out loud. I have access to a wide array of preparation materials for the GED and extensive experience providing students with effective test-taking techniques.
40 Subjects: including ACT Reading, ACT English, ACT Math, English
$140.00/hr
New York, NY
Bharathi S. ...I have tutored college students in Trigonometry. My major in college (Architectural Engineering) also required manipulating trigonometric equations and applying trigonometric concepts. Engineering calculations often require calculating vectors, unknown angles, and using trigonometric functions to predict possible movement of a building.
18 Subjects: including reading, chemistry, physics, writing
$75.00/hr
Jersey City, NJ
Terri M.
26 Subjects: including ACT Science, ACT Math, ACT English, ACT Reading
$165.00/hr
New York, NY
Lorraine S. ...Most recently, I had one child who improved three reading levels in 2nd grade. In addition, I have four years of experience in assisting children to reach their full reading potential. As an accomplished poet and writer, I have unique experience to share with my students.
14 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, ESL/ESOL
$50.00/hr
Staten Island, NY

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