Mary Anne W. - $85.00/hr - Wayne, NJ - View Mary Anne W. >>

...I had the privilege to teach seminars and a few large lecture classes, along with my duties as a tutor and grade. I am comfortable teaching small and large classes with students from a variety of backgrounds. I have tutored students of all ages both privately and through Huntington Learning Center, from elementary math to math and science test prep. (read more)
**17 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Physics,
Geometry,
GRE

Mary L. - $75.00/hr - Glen Rock, NJ - View Mary L. >>

...Every student is different and so is every one of my lessons.I’ve tutored a number of students in Bergen County, NJ and NYC in the subject to great success, and served as a peer tutor when I was in the the class myself in high school. I tutor many young students (7th and 8th graders) in math and... (read more)
**25 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
English,
Algebra 1,
Algebra 2

Charles M. - $75.00/hr - Westfield, NJ - View Charles M. >>

...Some have even decided to continue on to Calculus after attending tutoring sessions with me! Through a local branch of nationally recognized tutoring center I have assisted lots of students in recognizing success in Trigonometry. I take the mystery out of Trigonometry, helping the student realize that it's just a puzzle at the end of the day. (read more)
**12 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Calculus,
Algebra 2,
Algebra 1

Rudy N. - $120.00/hr - Scotch Plains, NJ - View Rudy N. >>

Passion and patience are what drive me to help students achieve their goals. I work as a teacher at a prestigious private high school in New York City and enjoy helping students reach the pinnacle of their ability in math and physics. I have a B.S. in physics from the California Institute of Technology and a M.A. in mathematics education from Bard College. (read more)
**17 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Physics,
Calculus,
Geometry

Jeff K. - $80.00/hr - Nutley, NJ - View Jeff K. >>

Remember how difficult it was the first time your physics teacher said you had to break forces down into components in order to use Newton's Second Law? Or when they asked you to find the maxima and minima of a complicated function? I sure do - I struggled with those things as well. (read more)
**21 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Calculus,
Physics,
Statistics

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