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Caroline K. ...I also received a 790 on the grammar portion of the SATs. I'm an English major. In high school I took AP English literature and received a 5.
17 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, algebra 1
Little Neck, NY
Chancellor K. ...Before committing to provide tutoring services, I require a free consultation with the student to review his/her class curriculum. I do my best to be flexible with availability, so I do require at least 4 hour cancellation notice. Tutoring sessions would occur at the student's residence or a local library.
12 Subjects: including writing, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Rego Park, NY
Kaushal B. ...I graduated from Laguardia community college in 2011 and am currently in city college in the junior year. Civil engineering is my major. I am currently working as a tutor in Laguardia community college.
8 Subjects: including geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2, precalculus
Elmhurst, NY
Silvius W. ...My approach to teaching and tutoring is informed by research and a deep understanding of the students' academic and career goals. Always a 'student centered' approach. Preference but not confined to: students attending college (on campus on line) high and middle schools as well as those undertaking professional and/or continuing education.
11 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, ESL/ESOL
Jamaica, NY
Alexandra B. ...After completing an intensive TESOL course, I received the TESOL/TEFL certificate and began teaching full time at two reputable language institutes. Since then, I have taught in the United States, South Korea, Vietnam and Cambodia, and gained experience teaching groups of all levels, ages, and s...
5 Subjects: including English, ESL/ESOL, grammar, proofreading
New York, NY

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