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Dorothy G. ...I have done home instruction in both chemistry and physics.I have been teaching chemistry from a basic level to AP for 14 years. My AP students (at school) achieve 3's or higher. I have also tutored several college students who were struggling in first year chemistry.
9 Subjects: including physics, physical science, algebra 1, chemistry
New Brunswick, NJ
Absari A. ...I graduated from Rutgers University in May 2013, and I have been tutoring students with their academics since 2009 in areas such as general chemistry, physics, and high school levels of math up to calculus, as well as a few college level courses. I majored in (1) Chemistry and (2) Molecular Biol...
10 Subjects: including physics, chemistry, calculus, algebra 2
Piscataway, NJ
Tammi O. ...I look forward to building a strong relationship with you as a client and welcome any questions anytime. I offer several years experience teaching elementary students in private and charter schools, after having begun my career in education as a Pre-school/Pre-K teacher. I teach all subjects, however my expertise lies in the area of English Language Arts and Biological Science.
27 Subjects: including biology, English, reading, writing
Dayton, NJ
Timothy W. ...Preparing for the Math S.A.T. while applying to college? Then contact me. I can tutor and help you with any mathematics or physics course at either the high school or college level.
14 Subjects: including chemistry, algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus
Parlin, NJ
Deepti M. ...My work has been published in peer-reviewed journals. I am currently a mentor at a not-for-profit STEM organization called Students 2 Science. I enjoy teaching.
9 Subjects: including biochemistry, botany, ecology, genetics
Warren, NJ

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