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Grant M. ...I am particularly passionate about helping students perform at an elite level. I am currently a student at Columbia Law School and a Senior Editor of the Columbia Law Review. I have a B.A., cum laude with Distinction in Political Science from Yale University.
22 Subjects: including SAT writing, SAT reading, reading, English
$250.00/hr
New York, NY
Emily R. ...I've often found that these students have very unique and often brilliant perspectives on the subjects they are learning. I work with middle and high school students, as well as college level students. I am available to teach accredited homeschool courses.
24 Subjects: including SAT math, SAT reading, Spanish, chemistry
$90.00/hr
Brooklyn, NY
Laura Jane K. ...I find that building a relationship with students and discovering their unique learning strengths and weaknesses is the best way to tutor. It has been my experience that a student can learn best when he/she understands how he/she can best learn. I first began to tutor at an after school center.
27 Subjects: including SAT math, English, reading, writing
$100.00/hr
New York, NY
Kenneth R. ...Loved being part of the National Debating Society for 2 Years. Let's talk politics! In today's world handwriting seems to be getting overlooked.
40 Subjects: including SAT reading, SAT writing, reading, English
$75.00/hr
Fair Lawn, NJ
Joseph O. ...Over the past few years, I have tutored students within WMTPS and the Kinnelon school system. I taught mathematics at Palm Beach Community College where I also privately tutored students as well. I look forward to helping you to reach higher educational levels in math and science.
16 Subjects: including SAT math, physics, calculus, geometry
$60.00/hr
West Milford, NJ

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