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Samuel R. ...I started Math tutoring since college by helping my friends and other students. Later, I continued tutoring in Lone Star College, students from the Klein schools, and my children. My favorite part of tutoring is connecting with the students and helping them when they have hard time to understand Math.
5 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, precalculus
Spring, TX
Isaiah C. ...I am also a USA Track and Field Certified Level 1 Coach and a USA Track and Field Certified Official. I am going into my 11th year coaching football at a local high school. I have coached all levels from freshmen football to the varsity level.
5 Subjects: including chemistry, biology, anatomy, football
Houston, TX
Arinola L. ...I have been using powerpoint for over 15 years ranging from high school projects to industry presentations. I am willing to help you achieve your goals and be successful. I add a lot of humor to my session to keep the atmosphere light and fun for learning.
9 Subjects: including chemistry, geometry, GED, SAT reading
Cypress, TX
Austin S. ...We are evolving the site daily and have plans to create a "young people" subsite. This subsite will help educate our young future voters about government process and provide a wealth of information as to how to research candidates before casting votes. I am very excited to share my enthusiasm for English and look forward to this opportunity to tutor.
8 Subjects: including English, grammar, literature, world history
Houston, TX
Bizhu H. ...Right now I'm a Ph. D. student in Bilingual Education in Texas A & M. I have taught Chinese one and a half year in China, tutoring students to pass HSK.
9 Subjects: including English, reading, Chinese, ESL/ESOL
College Station, TX

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