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Rich K. ...Routinely score 800/800 on practice tests. Taught high school math and have extensive experience tutoring in SAT Math. Able to help students improve their math skills and also learn many valuable test-related shortcuts and strategies.
19 Subjects: including ACT Math, calculus, geometry, statistics
$85.00/hr
Glen Mills, PA
Carl L. My name is Carl. Many have known me as Carl The Math Tutor. I have nearly completed a PhD in math (with a heavy emphasis towards the computer science side of math) from the University of Delaware.
16 Subjects: including ACT Math, calculus, statistics, ASVAB
$36.00/hr
Mount Laurel, NJ
Sean B. ...I have taught algebra 1 through calculus in high school. I am keenly aware of the initial difficulties students have coming into algebra for the first time. I can help you master the skills you need to succeed in your prealgebra course, that will then pave the way for success in formal algebra and beyond.
15 Subjects: including ACT Math, calculus, physics, geometry
$50.00/hr
Morton, PA
Nikki P. Most importantly, I love to write. Writing is a way to express oneself in the most creative format, and I enjoy teaching that skill to others. I earned my master's degree in Writing Studies from Saint Joseph's University (Philadelphia, Pa.) and my bachelor's degree in English from Dominican Colleg...
28 Subjects: including ACT Math, reading, writing, English
$40.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Adam L. ...One class was composed of Honors 7th graders and the other class was a mixed class of 9-12 graders. Part of the course covered the Windows OS. I also worked in IT for years doing computer troubleshooting for a local law firm.
37 Subjects: including ACT Math, reading, geometry, ASVAB
$60.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA

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