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Michael H. ...There are a very small number of fundamental things that must be well understood. Once those are mastered Algebra is preposterously, ridiculously easy! Let me make it easy for you!
61 Subjects: including ACT Reading, reading, physics, writing
East Chicago, IN
Leisha A. All students learn differently. It is up to the educator to find out how the student learns best and utilize those skills to help the student advance. I conduct an informal assessment to find out how your child learns best.
11 Subjects: including ACT English, ACT Reading, writing, elementary (k-6th)
Calumet City, IL
Eleanor R. My name is Eleanor; I currently am a tutor with YesClass, LLC and am looking to expand my tutor base. I have a degree from the University of Miami in Psychology and English / Creative Writing. I tutor Elementary students in all subjects, and Middle and High students in English, Psychology, and other Sciences.
18 Subjects: including ACT Reading, ACT English, ACT Science, English
Chicago, IL
Molly M. ...I am an experienced English teacher who has taught writing and literature at Rutgers University, SMU, University of Texas, Columbia College. I was a full time English teacher at Evanston Township High School for nine years and a long term substitute at New Trier. I am certified in English, specialize in college admission essay writing and working with teenagers.
12 Subjects: including ACT English, ACT Reading, English, reading
Chicago, IL
Beth G. ...My tutoring strengths are in English, writing and reading. I do not tutor for the math portion of the ACT. I was a high school teacher for 4 years and taught public speaking classes to sophomores.
17 Subjects: including ACT Reading, ACT English, writing, reading
Orland Park, IL

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