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Rich S. ...I am very enthusiastic when I teach in all levels of mathematics and my personality is extremely energetic and entertaining as you will see during my teaching/tutoring sessions. If you're looking for a quality tutor that your son/daughter will be able to connect with and learn from, you've just ...
8 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, prealgebra
$70.00/hr
Selden, NY
Ari F. ...Many students dread the SAT Reading section because they find it confusing. What many students don't realize is that SAT Reading requires a new type of reading: They cannot approach SAT passages like they would a Harry Potter novel. Test specific annotation techniques and a careful understanding of the question types allow students to remove themselves from their "casual reading" habits.
14 Subjects: including algebra 1, writing, statistics, SAT math
$150.00/hr
Teaneck, NJ
Aaron G. ...I have helped many math students raise their grades dramatically in short periods of time. I accomplish this by focusing on improving a student's problem solving ability, a skill that is not often taught well in school. I have worked with students with learning disabilities as well as gifted students taking advanced classes or classes beyond their grade level.
20 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
$150.00/hr
Greenwich, CT
Avi N. ...For the next 15 years, I programmed in C on a regular basis, as a student, teacher, and consultant. I have Undergraduate, Master's and PhD degrees in Computer Science and I was an Assistant Professor of Computer Science. I have Undergraduate, Master's and PhD degrees in Computer Science and I was an Assistant Professor of Computer Science.
36 Subjects: including precalculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, public speaking
$125.00/hr
Tenafly, NJ
Sam E. ...This is a result of both study as well as teaching methods. Unfortunately, many educators focus on passively showing instead of actively teaching students how to solve problems. This facilitates the mere impression of knowledge, rather than fostering a real, lasting understanding of the material.Of all the subjects, math is the most cumulative.
41 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, chemistry, study skills
$139.00/hr
New York, NY

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