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Tricia M. Hi! My name is Tricia. I am an accounting professional working for a local government with a focus in education. While getting my undergraduate degree at Bryant I tutored for mathematics at CCRI in Warwick for 2 years. I have a strong background in mathematics and enjoy teaching.
14 Subjects: including statistics, accounting, algebra 1, algebra 2
Providence, RI
Nathan K. ...My style is a whole-life approach to learning. That is all. If I am familiar with it, I can teach you.
24 Subjects: including statistics, English, chemistry, reading
Worcester, MA
George D. ...I can explain how to use a financial calculator, which is usually an essential tool for finance students, and I am a successful stock market investor. I have taught college level courses in small business management, operations management, management science, accounting, accounting software, and...
14 Subjects: including statistics, accounting, GRE, algebra 1
North Grafton, MA
Brendon D. ...As such, I continuously strive to adapt my tutoring methods to the particular strengths and challenges of each and every student. There is no one right way to learn, and thus no one right way to teach. I have an excellent track record of helping students of all stripes achieve scholastic success.
9 Subjects: including statistics, physics, calculus, algebra 2
Providence, RI
Sue F. ...I have also been tutoring for many years from elementary subjects, to chemistry and test preparation and enjoy working with students who need that little extra boost. I use the hands on approach when tutoring, trying many different methods to get the content across. Learning should be relevant and fun.
31 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, reading, geometry
Warwick, RI

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