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Julia H. ...I think what makes me a good English tutor is a sense of what's most important in the work world. Employers value someone who is a good writer, can articulate ideas well, and can communicate effectively regardless of the audience. In addition, most of us enjoy working and being with others who can express themselves well.
19 Subjects: including biology, ACT Science, reading, ecology
$50.00/hr
West Palm Beach, FL
Ryan H. ...The book I currently am working on will either be the next great literary epoch or will forever be that one side project I never quite completed. Either way I know my way around the written word well enough to convey my ideas, keep my readers entertained, and how to "neutralize" overly aggressive syntax. The fuel of this literary fire has been the reading of many books.
3 Subjects: including biology, reading, writing
$40.00/hr
West Palm Beach, FL
Brent L. ...He also tutors in use of computers and office programs.I have been tutoring people in the various versions of Microsoft Windows since 2001. I try to help people understand the logic behind the menu systems so that they are able to logically find a function when they don't remember how they accessed it previously. I usually do one-on-one sessions at the computer.
31 Subjects: including chemistry, physics, biochemistry, English
$55.00/hr
West Palm Beach, FL
Jennifer B. ...I personalize lessons for each of my students. I believe mastering and understanding the basics are the key to doing well in math and science. As my student, you can expect to be challenged in each of our sessions.
17 Subjects: including chemistry, algebra 2, biology, calculus
$50.00/hr
Delray Beach, FL
Martin N. ...I try to emphasize what is going on and why it is going on. For example, after proteins are made in the cell they are transported to a compartment called the Golgi apparatus, effectively a "sorting facility" for proteins that then sends particular proteins to the part of the cell where they are needed. This is a very simple concept that makes complete sense.
2 Subjects: including biology, microbiology
$40.00/hr
Fort Lauderdale, FL

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