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Madeline P. ...These differ from learner to learner but may include the order in which things get done, study media (flashcards, notes, pictures, etc) and environment. I will work with your student to find a routine that helps them to be as successful as possible and be confident in their learning abilities if...
19 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry, physics
$40.00/hr
Cypress, TX
Perla R. ...As a researcher, I analyze data and conduct experiments that require incorporating biology and chemistry. I am also responsible for delivering presentations about my research in a way that's understood by both scientific and general audiences which is a useful skill for tutoring. I am a native ...
4 Subjects: including algebra 1, Spanish, biology, elementary math
$50.00/hr
Houston, TX
Dean L. In the nearly twenty years of tutoring hundreds of students, I have learned some very important things that have led to incredible success for them. At the heart of what I learned is that tutoring is about the student, not the subject or the class or the college. If I am able to facilitate change in the student, the grades and the promotions will follow.
29 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, reading, English
$50.00/hr
Tomball, TX
Nirav G. ...I also used to give private lessons to middle school and high school students in the same subjects (i.e., related to mathematics & partly science). All my students have found my way of teaching useful. I am patient in teaching and I do not give up until I feel that the student has understood. I...
13 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, calculus, geometry
$40.00/hr
Sugar Land, TX
Chanyalew B. ...Besides Pre Algebra, the most covered topic on the ACT math is Plane Geometry. The most important concepts about plane geometry are parallel lines are lines with the same slope and perpendicular lines are lines whose slopes are negative reciprocals. The area of a circle is Pi*r^2, the area of a triangle is 1/2*b*h, and the area of a rectangle is l*w.
35 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, physics
$30.00/hr
Houston, TX

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