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Rudy V. ...And patience is something that I happen to have a lot of. I have tutored several of my peers in a lot of my courses, in particular, an engineering statics course. It required knowledge of the first section in a Multi-Variable Calculus course and the student I was tutoring had only taken up to Calc 1, or Differential Calculus as many would call it.
7 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, calculus, precalculus
Silver Spring, MD
Richard G. ...Cedar is one of 2 self-contained schools Fairfax County has created to serve its students with severe emotional problems. Thus it was the setting utilized for Aspergers and other high functioning autistic students who could not be dealt with in the general education setting. I am a certified sp...
16 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, dyslexia, geometry
Annandale, VA
Caroline S. ...My graduate work was completed at the University of Maryland College Park, where I specialized in international development and quantitative analysis. I currently work as a professional economist. Though I am located in Arlington, Virginia, I am happy to travel to meet students, particularly to...
16 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, statistics
Arlington, VA
PoShan L. ...This homework is very important as it gives a student the chance to practice what s/he learns and serves as a guideline for lesson planning and keeping track of progress. I tutor algebra I, II, geometry and trigonometry SOL. When I prepare a student for math SOL, I use sample tests released by VDOE as diagnostic tool and guide for the tutoring sessions.
9 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
Lorton, VA
Darees S. ...This summer, I returned to high school to teach Algebra 1 freshmen, and I realized that they are missing the basic foundation to succeed in future math courses. I like to bridge the gap, so they feel confident about their procedures and their math self-esteem increases. I like my students to think "outside the box" and use their critical-thinking skills to solve mathematical problems.
4 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, prealgebra
Upper Marlboro, MD

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