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Sam E. ...In that time, a significant number of my students have been in elementary school. I work with students, parents, and oftentimes elementary school teachers to help improve core math and reading skills. It is common for the parents of one of my high school students to have me begin tutoring their younger, K-6 sibling to prevent the extra work it takes to remedy a lack of early skills later.
41 Subjects: including calculus, English, chemistry, physics
New York, NY
Richard B. ...I enjoy teaching and have a passion for helping students succeed and overcome any type of issue that is effecting their schooling and education. In teaching math concepts, I help the student find the framework of understanding that he or she is most comfortable with. I try to adjust my focus based on the particular learning style of each student.
19 Subjects: including calculus, statistics, geometry, algebra 1
Lebanon, NJ
Melissa F. ...With the right tutor and the right focus, I can help your student to avoid falling behind at such a crucial age! I have taught high school precalculus and calculus for the last 4 years! Teaching these high level mathematics subjects and preparing kids for college is one of my passions.
9 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Stamford, CT
Tonia M. ...I had one student that had previously failed a Regents exam and with my help, he passed his next retest. I have a strong, proven track record of successful preparation of Regents. Having successfully admitted to three of the most selective schools (Princeton, Columbia, Yale) in the nation, I ha...
38 Subjects: including calculus, reading, physics, English
New York, NY
John Y. ...When working with students, I try to target the source of misunderstanding and then lead them through their own series of logic to understand the process. My job is to clarify any ambiguity the student might encounter. To do this, I often create simpler problems for the students which illustrate a point and then generalize the point to the problem at hand.
13 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, trigonometry, algebra 2
New York, NY

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