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Joe N. "The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates.
13 Subjects: including probability, algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry
Jersey City, NJ
Debbie C. ...I have been teaching Microsoft Excel since before Personal Computers had hard drives!! I am Microsoft certified, and specialize in making sure my students are highly efficient, know lots of useful shortcuts, and understand how to effectively address the tasks they most often use Excel for. And I...
39 Subjects: including prealgebra, Spanish, reading, English
New York, NY
Charles B. ...I am completely familiar with the subjects as it is used in physics courses. I am an Adjunct Professor of Physics. I am completely familiar with the concepts of geometry from my experience with teaching AP Physics and college physics courses.
16 Subjects: including prealgebra, discrete math, differential equations, linear algebra
Garden City, NY
Anna B. ...If your child is struggling, don't wait. I have witnessed repeatedly the amazing transformation which can occur, both in the classroom and in the home, when a student receives the right support. Contact me to help your son or daughter achieve their goals and guide them toward a great educationa...
38 Subjects: including prealgebra, differential equations, SPSS, elementary (k-6th)
Stamford, CT
Jason L. ...I've co-authored a number of genetic journals, notably a Nature Genetics article. I have tutored students for the NY State Regents in the following subjects: algebra, trigonometry, geometry, living environment, chemistry, and physics. I understand the intricacies of the question-types and expected answers.
54 Subjects: including trigonometry, elementary math, ACT Math, SAT math
Plainview, NY

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