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Santanu B. ...My teaching style involves detailed explanation of the concepts prior to application. I enjoy working with students and helping make difficult subjects possible to learn.One advantage of tutoring is the opportunity to customize your teaching style to the student. This is what I do as a tutor.I am looking forward to sharing my experience and knowledge with you.
35 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, calculus, physics
$50.00/hr
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Brandon S. ...The section tests usage and mechanics (punctuation, grammar, usage, sentence structure) and rhetorical skills (strategy, organization, style). I scored a 35 composite on the ACT: English 35, Mathematics 36, Reading 34, and Science 36. I have prepared students for the English section of the ACT ...
34 Subjects: including geometry, reading, calculus, GRE
$100.00/hr
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Stephanie M. ...I am dedicated to showing students how and why processes work, not just drilling them on what the processes are. As my student, he/she will learn 7 competencies that will help them achieve comfort and confidence in Pre-Calculus: 1) Function composition 2) Polynomial functions 3) Functions and t...
16 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, physics, GED
$35.00/hr
Belleville, MI
Mario D. ...My background is in helping middle school, high school, and college students succeed in math. Algebra 2 continues to build on what students learned in Algebra 1. I am able to help students fill in the gaps with concepts they may have missed from Algebra 1 so that they don't get behind and are able to excel in Algebra 2.
8 Subjects: including geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2, trigonometry
$60.00/hr
Rochester, MI
Michael E. ...Most of a student's difficulty comes from writing proofs. Think of it as writing an argumentative paper, and having to cite your sources. With the 'Given' typically as your introduction, make your argument with any supporting definitions, postulates, and/or theorems available to you at that time, and end it with what you want to 'prove' as your conclusion.
14 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, ASVAB, algebra 1
$50.00/hr
Livonia, MI

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