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Katie B. ...I have spent the last seven months tutoring high school students preparing for the math portion of the SAT. This was in a small group setting. Prior to that, I have experience tutoring math students individually from elementary school level through college level.
15 Subjects: including geometry, statistics, algebra 1, algebra 2
New York, NY
Nakul V. ...I am adept with computers, citations, and formatting styles. I am happy to furnish a writing sample upon request. Please don’t hesitate to contact me.
3 Subjects: including chemistry, biology, psychology
New York, NY
Antonela D. ...My experience and background has helped me help many students of varying ages learn to speak and write proper Italian. I am formally educated in teaching and like to teach students naturally while enforcing grammar and free conversation and Italian culture. My experiences are many times deeper ...
2 Subjects: including Spanish, Italian
Forest Hills, NY
Kathleen W. ...I have worked with incoming international college students on writing and study skills, and I have assisted professors and graduate school colleagues with their research projects. I am a clear communicator, a strong writer, an insightful reader, a thorough proofreader and editor, and a dedicated, results-oriented educator. As a tutor/teacher, I am friendly, patient, and engaged.
20 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, GRE
Astoria, NY
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6 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, grammar
Woodhaven, NY

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