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Serena B. ...I am very flexible with my teaching style, and I am willing to keep trying new methods of explaining the concept until something clicks for you. I love getting to know my students and their backgrounds. My job, in my eyes, is to help you build confidence in your subject.
13 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, reading, SAT math
Washington, DC
Alix P. ...I have taught several sections of college-level Physics, the Physics sections of the MCAT and OAT tests, and have helped improve the GRE Math score of several students. Not only do I know the material that I tutor, but I can help you learn how to take a test to improve your score as it is not al...
13 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, chemistry, SAT math
Washington, DC
Adam H. ...The teaching program at that school is within the top three in the Commonwealth of Virginia. I completed minors in medical Spanish, business Italian and Spanish to English Translation and Interpretation. My teaching experience includes working in public schools where I taught Spanish for grades preK-4 as well as a private school where I teach Spanish for grades 3-5.
8 Subjects: including algebra 1, Spanish, Italian, prealgebra
Washington, DC
Justin Q. I recently completed a year teaching English in Austria, where I taught high school students from all socioeconomic backgrounds and tutored regularly. I have eight summers' teaching experience at Concordia Language Villages in Minnesota, where I taught German using a variety of techniques to students aged 9-19. I speak fluent German and competent French.
12 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, English, GRE
Washington, DC
Kirt U. ...Mastering C++ can be a major step forward in your career. Computer science is the study of computational phenomena, usually but not always as realized in human constructed systems. Amazingly humans have been developing computational systems for at least two thousand years.
32 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, ASVAB
Washington, DC

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