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James P. ...In addition, I offer FREE ALL NIGHT email/phone support just before the “big" exam, for students who pull "all nighters". One quick note about my cancellation policy, as it's different than most tutors:  Cancel one or all sessions at any time, and there is NO CHARGE. Thank you for considering my services, and the best of luck in all your endeavors!
7 Subjects: including calculus, physics, algebra 1, algebra 2
$75.00/hr
Havertown, PA
Pamela K. ...During my time there, I worked as a teaching assistant for every class in the standard calculus sequence. As part of that job I led calculus recitations and tutored students in a variety of math classes at a math assistance center. I have a Certificate of Eligibility to teach mathematics in New Jersey.
10 Subjects: including calculus, GRE, algebra 1, GED
$40.00/hr
Brigantine, NJ
Kate M. ...Spending a little extra time with an English tutor can help fill in the gaps that don't get addressed in every classroom. Whether you're trying to go from 350 to 500 or 750 to 800, everyone can benefit from extra help on SAT Math. Even if you're an all-star on your math tests, learning how to piece together your knowledge to solve an SAT word problem is tough.
36 Subjects: including calculus, reading, English, study skills
$80.00/hr
Margate City, NJ
Ernest R. ...I love working with students in a one-on-one environment as the individual attention allows me to work on the strengths and weakness of each individual student. I also require another responsible adult be at the tutoring location for the safety of both the student and myself. Finally you will notice my photo is quite unique as it shows me participating in competitive artistic roller skating.
16 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, geometry
$50.00/hr
Cape May Court House, NJ
Jennifer O. ...Teaching students to open their minds, be critical, and expressive, cannot be achieved without giving them choice and allowing them room to think freely. Perennials are the teachers that teach principles instead of facts. I feel that there is some merit to teaching principles, but that the facts are also important, so there should be a balance.
15 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
$26.00/hr
Dorothy, NJ

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