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Kellie P. ...Visual aids, worksheets, lectures, one-on-one tutoring are all helpful with retaining and learning material. In college, I took math courses all the way up to calculus III. To obtain my ACS certified degree, I also took beyond the required amount of chemistry courses needed to further enrich myself with the subject, including courses like physical biochemistry and green chemistry.
7 Subjects: including precalculus, Spanish, chemistry, American history
Carrollton, GA
Nelita E. ...While obtaining my education, I have acquired many skills that make me an exceptional tutor. Apart from the rigorous training in math, science, and engineering, I have learned to be self-motivated, driven, and an effective communicator. I am a published author with superior writing skills and I have a keen appreciation for diversity, the value of good interpersonal skills, and team work.
24 Subjects: including precalculus, reading, writing, English
Marietta, GA
Keath M. ...I find that focusing on the process allows students to grasp a deeper understanding of the concepts being taught. So I will use worksheets, workbooks, textbooks and real-life examples to help others gain understanding of the subject. Whatever it takes to understand the process of achieving the right answer is what I will do.
30 Subjects: including precalculus, chemistry, reading, Common Core
Peachtree City, GA
Fese E. ...I love math and I am able to relate complex material in a simple to explain format. I have been tutoring middle school, high school and college students for various Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry and Calculus subjects over the past 4 years. I take complex material and simplify it into relate-able, easy to understand terms.
33 Subjects: including precalculus, reading, calculus, writing
Atlanta, GA
Jackson R. ...As a result, I have helped many math-phobic students become masters of factoring. I often see a glazed look come over my students' faces when I mention synthetic division or conic sections for the first time. Advanced algebra always seems complicated to the uninitiated.
52 Subjects: including precalculus, chemistry, reading, GED
Atlanta, GA

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