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Nekeisha R. ...My approach when tutoring students is to assess where you are and then build upon the areas of weakness with repetition and reinforcement of basic principles. I like to build a rapport with students which helps me better understand learning styles. Through this method, most of my clients have been able to not only pass the course but have confidence in excelling in math.
5 Subjects: including algebra 2, Microsoft Word, prealgebra, algebra 1
$60.00/hr
Linden, NJ
AJ M. ...One key difference between the Praxis and other exams is that many students will take other subject portions of this exam in addition to the traditional English and mathematics tests, such as science or social studies. I have a very strong background in math and science and have tutored other st...
23 Subjects: including algebra 2, GRE, GED, SAT reading
$55.00/hr
Lakewood, NJ
Jun C. ...I also worked in the educational services industry in China! Despite a slight language barrier, I taught English, SAT writing and critical reading--and in general befriended all of my students, mentoring and giving them advice on American life, the college admissions process, etc. I still keep ...
30 Subjects: including algebra 1, calculus, elementary (k-6th), SAT math
$54.00/hr
Princeton, NJ
Matthew H. ...I have first-hand experience increasing my score on the SAT by approximately 500 points since my first practice test, and scoring fives on multiple AP tests in subjects that I have had to teach to myself. My journey from an undergraduate in high school to a college student has exposed me to many...
28 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, ACT Math, calculus
$40.00/hr
New Brunswick, NJ
Lohith D. ...I am a former premed student with over 8 years of experience tutoring the science subjects for the MCAT (biology, chemistry, organic chemistry, and physics) and the MCAT itself. I achieved a score of 33 on the MCAT in 2004 (11 on each section), which placed me in the 90th percentile for medical school applicants at that time. But I am confident that I would score even better this time.
37 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, biology, calculus
$60.00/hr
Roselle Park, NJ

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