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Richard W. ...I provide the tools and knowledge to help them organize and managed their workload. Moreover, my student learn techniques for battling procrastination. I have over 15 years experience tutoring in NY state and have personally tutored many students for Regents exams.
25 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, biology, calculus
New York, NY
Ronniel M. ...Given that I have a passion for music, I can also offer Guitar Lessons. I have years of practice and I have been part of a concert band, a jazz band, drum major of my high school marching band and was even President of the Tri-M Music Honor Society Chapter of my High School. Being born and havi...
25 Subjects: including prealgebra, Spanish, reading, English
Clifton, NJ
Aalok S. ...I reside in Toms River, have an office in Morganville, and also work on certain days in the Hackensack, Paramus, Bergen, and surrounding areas. I can also meet with clients at their homes, a library, or at a cafe. As my schedule allows, I can tutor students beyond 30 minutes of travel for a higher hourly rate.
58 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, reading, English
Old Bridge, NJ
Joseph S. ...For the past 4+ years I have been providing private tutoring for students on the elementary, middle school and high school levels. I have taught the following subjects on the high school level: algebra I, algebra II, algebra II honors, geometry, geometry honors, and pre-calculus. I feel a key characteristic of a good tutor is patience, and I believe that I possess this quality.
5 Subjects: including prealgebra, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Cranford, NJ
Sharon F. ...Spelling in English can be difficult because we have words called homophones, which sound the same but have different spellings and meanings, such as "beet, beat", and "through, threw". We can learn these spellings more easily when we see the words in a sentence and can figure out what they mean. This technique is called contextual clues.
17 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, English, algebra 1
Long Beach, NY

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