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Claudia B. ...Please contact me for group rates. If interested, when you email me please tell me your zip code, and the names of the streets at a major an intersection near you, as well as the days and times that your student has available. Please list all possibilities.
2 Subjects: including Spanish, ESL/ESOL
Houston, TX
Ruchita S. ...I am a Master's degree holder from India. I graduated with honors from the National Institute of Technology, India, and my Master's thesis was adjudged worthy of distinction. My area of specialization includes electrical engineering, electronics, maths, pre-algebra, pre calculus, calculus 1, Calculus II and Calculus III, science, algebra, and trigonometry.
21 Subjects: including reading, calculus, physics, geometry
Sugar Land, TX
Louise V. ...I also do test prep for ACT and SAT. I am available evenings and weekends and am flexible as to location. I will tutor in your home or in the local Borders, Starbucks, or library if it suits your needs.
23 Subjects: including calculus, statistics, geometry, accounting
Bellaire, TX
Jim V. ...As part of his work, he teaches business professionals the soft one-on-one communication skills that convey interest, engagement, and presence. He has also studied improv, acting for non-actors, and voice. He offers coaching sessions because he likes doing it and enjoys the satisfaction of helping people succeed with one-on-one sessions.
1 Subject: public speaking
Houston, TX
Norma Raquel S. ...During my career I volunteered my tutorial services for police officers. Today, my main focus is on children, and young adults. I believe that not only I can teach how to speak, but also how to write and show the diversity in Spanish speaking countries.
1 Subject: Spanish
Houston, TX

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