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Tunji E. ...I look forward to working with you. NOTE: My cancellation policy is that a lesson must be cancelled within 12 hours of the scheduled time. For a lesson cancelled within 12 hours, I may charge a missed lesson fee equal to one-half of the lesson cost, though I may waive this at my discretion.
32 Subjects: including trigonometry, English, calculus, physics
Houston, TX
Burton D. ...After that, I will bill one hour. Cancellations with less than two hours notice will be billed as a full lesson. Failure to show up to a lesson without explanation will be billed as a full lesson.***Passed the Texas state bar exam first try with a score of over 800, including a 170.4 scaled score on the Multistate Bar Exam (97th percentile). Graduated top 7 percent from T14 law school.
27 Subjects: including trigonometry, English, writing, geometry
Houston, TX
Robert T. ...Six years prior to my retirement I began tutoring mathematics as often as my engineering work schedule would allow. This tutoring experience over the last seven years has been extremely rewarding on a personal level. Now that I have retired from industry I would like to devote more time to helping young people improve their reasoning skills.
7 Subjects: including trigonometry, geometry, algebra 1, probability
Houston, TX
Jim D. I have been a private math tutor for over ten(10) years and am a certified secondary math instructor in the state of Texas. I have taught middle and high-school math for over ten (10) years. I am available to travel all over the greater Houston area, including as far south as Pearland, as far north as Spring, as far west as Katy and as far east as the Galena Park/Pasadena area.
14 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Houston, TX
Shamsa A. ...I believe there are three elements that epitomize a great teacher, the first element is the teacher must be the guide for the class (actions speak louder than words), secondly, the teacher must allow her or his student’s natural curiosity to direct the student’s learning, and finally, the tutor m...
3 Subjects: including trigonometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Houston, TX

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