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Amanda D. ...I worked for Academic Development and tutored students in one-on-one sessions and small groups. I tutored all chemical engineering and biomedical engineering courses, Calculus I to Calculus in 3D, Physics I and II, and Chemistry. I also tutored students at University of Pittsburgh and local high school students in the summer.
24 Subjects: including chemical engineering, physics, biochemistry, biology
$50.00/hr
Vernon Rockville, CT
Tim S. ...In addition, running training sessions and meetings was a major part of my job duties for over 10 years. I facilitated meetings and training sessions at many credit unions throughout CT through the Connecticut Credit Union League. In addition, I have run seminars on personal finance and establishing good credit at high schools as well as at Wesleyan University.
23 Subjects: including physics, algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus
$40.00/hr
Middletown, CT
Craig C. ...I have moved on into another field but am offering my knowledge/expertise in premed and the sciences for tutoring those interested in the field or having difficulty with classwork. As a science major in undergrad and a physician, I have much to offer for those studying the sciences. My schedule is flexible for tutoring students.
4 Subjects: including biology, microbiology, anatomy, American history
$50.00/hr
Old Lyme, CT
Nickul S. ...Many people have looked to science to understand different phenomena to find hidden codes and seek more into the past, present and future. My role will only teach students but to aid in their fascination of various scientific topics. Students will find an opportunity to academically grow in these fields with a new sense of appreciation of these various topics.
8 Subjects: including biology, psychology, biochemistry, anatomy
$60.00/hr
Agawam, MA
Marc H. ...I do this by presenting alternate ways of thinking about the topic or concept or skill. For example, much of chemistry requires the application of mathematical ratios to a problem, so I work with my students on ways to determine which pieces of information are important, how they are related to ...
2 Subjects: including chemistry, physical science
$60.00/hr
Hamden, CT

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