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Rachael L. ...I frequently help friends and classmates with studying, whether it be for test preparation or writing assignments. As a tutor, I help students not only with the content, grammar, and organization of their work, but also with any necessary library research as well. Since my mom worked in a libra...
31 Subjects: including anthropology, grammar, reading, archaeology
Chicago, IL
Robert H. ...Before my PhD, I received my BS in chemistry at Duke University. During my studies, I conducted extensive research in the field of metals in medicine. As an author of 10+ peer-reviewed publications in chemistry research-oriented journals, I have gained expertise in general chemistry, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, analytical chemistry, and biochemistry.
12 Subjects: including pharmacology, calculus, physics, precalculus
Evanston, IL
Andrew S. ...Most recently I have been tutoring engineering students at Northwestern University and through WyzAnt. I live in the north side, work in the loop and commute by the CTA. Best fit students for me include high school through undergraduate-level students seeking help in algebra, trigonometry, calc...
22 Subjects: including mechanical engineering, geometry, ACT Science, physics
Chicago, IL
Demetrius S. ...For the past 13 years, I have taught third grade at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School, a public school in Chicago, IL. I am responsible for teaching reading/language arts, mathematics, science, social science, and health. I have also tutored students in many of the areas since 1998.
33 Subjects: including physical science, geology, English, philosophy
Chicago, IL
Derek R. ...But with the semester off, I am looking to assist other students that are experiencing difficulty organizing and managing their time. I am a very visual learner and know that words can only mean so much on paper. And I have learned that if one takes those words literally and adds no personal meaning to them, then the information will not be retained for other courses in the future.
4 Subjects: including biology, anatomy, physiology, pharmacology
Chicago, IL

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