Parth P. - $30.00/hr - Carol Stream, IL - View Parth P. >>

...I have worked at Kumon for a year and tutored kids in math from the preschool level all the way to high school calculus. I spent 10 hours a week working with students to make sure they were reaching their targets for the week. I have taught multiple students at once and had individual sessions as well. (read more)
**7 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Calculus,
ACT Math,
SAT Math

Kurt D. - $65.00/hr - Barrington, IL - View Kurt D. >>

...I teach at Jack Benny Middle School. My philosophy of teaching is everyone has the ability to learn if they strive for it and meet the teacher halfway. On the teacher's end, it is our responsibility to first build a connection with the student and learn about them as well as have the students learn about the teacher. (read more)
**12 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Geometry,
Algebra 1,
Algebra 2

Bogdan D. - $90.00/hr - Naperville, IL - View Bogdan D. >>

...As a physicist I work everyday with math and science, and I have a long experience in teaching and tutoring at all levels (university, high school, middle and elementary school). My son (a 5th grader) scores above 99 percentile in all math tests, and you too can have high scores.My PhD in Physics... (read more)
**24 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Calculus,
Physics,
Statistics

Robert R. - $40.00/hr - Chicago, IL - View Robert R. >>

...As a private tutor, I've helped elementary students with math and vocabulary homework and adults with GED test prep. If you need help studying for the ACT, I have access to dozens of recent, official ACT tests that have been administered nation-wide. Also, through years of trial and error, I've developed critically important time management strategies. (read more)
**16 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Chemistry,
Algebra 1,
Algebra 2

Robert L. - $45.00/hr - Glencoe, IL - View Robert L. >>

...A popular method is to multiply both sides of one equation by a number so that the coefficient on one of the variables is the same in both equations. Then you subtract one equation from the other to eliminate that variable. The problem has then been reduced to a problem from Algebra 1. (read more)
**25 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Calculus,
Physics,
Geometry

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