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Malcolm M. ...Upon graduation (2015) I passed the fundamentals of engineering licensure examination (FE exam), which has a large focus in basic and higher level maths. Lastly, I tested out of algebra at Penn State. I tutored algebra for 5 years (2010-2015) at Penn State.
16 Subjects: including Algebra 1, Spanish, Physics, Calculus
$45.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Jason M. ...In the wide field of test prep, my areas of specialty include GRE, GMAT, ACT, SAT, SAT Subject Tests (literature and U.S. history), the CARS section of the MCAT, AP tests (literature, language, all histories, human geography, and government), and TOEFL. I have helped between two to three thousan...
31 Subjects: including Algebra 1, Reading, English, Writing
$70.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Ashwin A. ...Average Problems 30. Counting Problems 31. Probability Problems 32.
18 Subjects: including Algebra 1, Chemistry, Discrete Math, GRE
$50.00/hr
Schaumburg, IL
Mary O. ...I recognize that every student learns differently and work with the student to develop the best lesson plan. Since I was in grade school, I have had a great proficiency in Math. In 7th grade, my placement test grades were that of a 2nd semester junior in high school.
15 Subjects: including Algebra 1, Reading, GED, Precalculus
$45.00/hr
Harwood Heights, IL
Owen Y. ...I have developed two iOS applications and have been involved in several other software projects. I have experience in C, Objective-C, MATLAB, Macro Express, and TradeStation's EasyLanguage, as well as limited experience in several other programming languages. Much of my work has been in MATLAB's Simulink/Stateflow and the code generation process.
52 Subjects: including Algebra 1, English, Reading, Statistics
$80.00/hr
Chicago, IL

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