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Christopher A. ...My goal is to make the coursework fun for the student by finding an approach to learning that works best based on their unique characteristics. Being able to empathize with students in order to understand where their challenges lie and patient in helping them overcome those hurdles is where I ex...
30 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, writing
Far Rockaway, NY
Aalok S. ...Some Student Successes: 350+ points score improvement on the SAT, several 800s on the SAT and SAT subject tests, 20+ points score improvement on the GRE, 8+ points improvement on the MCAT, 30 point improvement on the Math Praxis, 34+ on the ACT (with 36's in Science, Math, and Reading), and 5's a...
58 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, chemistry
Old Bridge, NJ
Terri M. ...I keep students on track and engaged. MY PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND: I am currently teaching statistics and algebra at two local colleges. I also teach the math module for a local union apprentice program (mostly applications of geometry and trigonometry). I have passed all exams needed to be a certified NYS math teacher and only need to take education courses to pursue this career.
21 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Ronkonkoma, NY
Eugene K. ...Most importantly, I am personable and easy to talk to; Lessons are thorough but generally informal. I also make myself available by phone and e-mail outside of lessons--My goal is for you to succeed on your tests. My expertise is in basic and advanced math: algebra 1/2, trigonometry, geometry, precalculus/analysis, calculus (AB/BC), and statistics.
10 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, physics, geometry
New York, NY
Benjamin N. ...It is often the course where students become acquainted with symbolic manipulations of quantities. While it can be confusing at first (eg "how can a letter be a number?"), it can also broaden your intellectual scope. It's a step out of the morass of arithmetic into a more obviously structured way of thinking.
25 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, physics, calculus
Brooklyn, NY

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