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Laura D. Hi there! I am a mid 20s accounting professional that loves to teach. I look forward to one day becoming an accounting professor once I receive the additional schooling.
19 Subjects: including accounting, algebra 1, finance, algebra 2
$35.00/hr
Washington, DC
Sidiki Paul L. ...Louis campuses. I have experience in teaching including the Theatre Department at UCLA, Los Angeles, Washington, University, St. Louis, Mo., Xavier University of Louisiana, as well as St.
49 Subjects: including accounting, Spanish, reading, English
$40.00/hr
Washington, DC
Lewis W. ...What is the hidden weaknesses of applying to a community college with the intent to transfer? (it's not what you think.) What are the advantages and disadvantages of the British system? Or of attending college in France? What college's professors present the best original research at academic conferences?
57 Subjects: including accounting, chemistry, English, calculus
$160.00/hr
Washington, DC
Jason J. ...First, I have an MBA in Finance from the Robert H. Smith School of Business, as well as a masters in public policy. This allows me to help students with both the fundamental business courses, in addition to the policy, normative and regulatory impacts on business.
16 Subjects: including accounting, statistics, algebra 1, GRE
$55.00/hr
Beltsville, MD
Lance S. ...I started tutoring while I was still in school. I specialize in Accounting Principles 1 and 2. I graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in Accounting in 2004 and I passed the CPA exam in 2007.
1 Subject: accounting
$55.00/hr
College Park, MD

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