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Sidney D. ...I left the medical track after 1 semester of medical school, realizing that it was not the career that I wanted. I worked in various fields including management, administration, statistical data compilation and analysis, and medical coding before quitting to become a full-time mother to my two sons. In that time, I have had the pleasure of raising two catholic school honor-roll students.
24 Subjects: including biology, genetics, anatomy, nutrition
$75.00/hr
Lisle, IL
Nadja J. ...I work full-time at an ADN program and adjunct for a BSN program. I love to teach! I make it fun and interesting, but also challenging, because I believe that the key skills needed are critical thinking and sound clinical decision-making.
2 Subjects: including nursing, NCLEX
$60.00/hr
Wheaton, IL
John R K. I taught chemistry at the high school level for some 30 years and part-time at the college level. After retiring from teaching, I worked for the American Chemical Society for two years organizing summer chemistry workshops for high school teachers. I also wrote chemistry articles for high school students that were listed weekly at a website devoted to chemistry.
2 Subjects: including chemistry, algebra 1
$30.00/hr
Elgin, IL
Christine R. ...I am willing to tutor one-on-one or a small group of students because I feel that many students who struggle in school are lacking the personalized attention needed to help them be more successful. As a former teacher, I have many tricks for helping students learn and teaching them how to study....
28 Subjects: including chemistry, special needs, Microsoft Outlook, algebra 1
$35.00/hr
Plano, IL
Jordan V. ...Consider the operation d/dx( f(x) ). It is difficult to know what these symbols are implying unless you might see that d/dx( x^2) = 2x, d/dx( x^3) = 3x^2, d/dx( x^4) = 4x^3, d/dx( x^5) = 5x^4. Eventually you might catch that the power of x in the parentheses drops down and becomes a coefficient in each equation. This is just one pattern you are guaranteed to learn with plenty of repetition.
7 Subjects: including physics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
$55.00/hr
Chicago, IL

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