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Matt R. ...I am also very comfortable around Mac and PC-based computer systems and MS Office applications, including MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. I enjoy working with students and athletes, and love to see the improvements made by students/athletes as they work toward their goal. I am open to filling learning gaps a few times per year, or working weekly to achieve greater goals.
20 Subjects: including microbiology, nutrition, study skills, basketball
$45.00/hr
Allentown, PA
Kristen K. ...SI leaders conduct three one-hour study sessions per week, attend all lectures, and create practice exams. I decided to become an SI leader feeling that the program’s mission truly resonated with my belief in helping others foster skills to succeed academically. As an SI leader, I acquired continual tutoring training in teaching and learning theories.
4 Subjects: including chemistry, organic chemistry, MCAT, study skills
$42.00/hr
Narberth, PA
Alice L. ...As someone who has been studying these subjects for most of my educational career, I can provide great advice for how to understand challenging concepts and ways to study and learn these subjects effectively. I am a strong writer who received a perfect score on SAT writing and the AP English Lan...
5 Subjects: including chemistry, physics, biology, writing
$35.00/hr
Chadds Ford, PA
Jimmy D. ...At Parkland, I did very well in all of my math courses from Algebra 2, geometry, college algebra and Calculus. During my first semester at Temple, I was enrolled in Calculus I and I finished with a 97%, one of the highest grades in my class. During my second semester, I finished with the highest grade in Calculus II which is Temple University's most difficult and most failed math course.
6 Subjects: including chemistry, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
$40.00/hr
Allentown, PA
Pascal M. ...Chemistry is only really tough at first glance. Once you get the fundamental principles and the basic math (i.e. simple algebra) squared away in your head, it's actually quite simple and incredibly repetitive. OK, I'll grant you that the nomenclature can be a pain, but it's the same as learning vocabulary in a foreign language.
2 Subjects: including chemistry, organic chemistry
$80.00/hr
Frenchtown, NJ

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