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Marquan M. ...I am currently employed with a public school district in Houston. I can design a learning path to improve your child's achievement on district benchmarks, end-of-course (EOC) exams and State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) tests. I will also correct deficiencies from previous...
7 Subjects: including algebra 2, geometry, algebra 1, trigonometry
$50.00/hr
Humble, TX
Edward A. ...I graduated from high school with good grades in Mathematics, Further mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Economics. I am thus equipped with the knowledge and know-how that is required in the teaching - learning process for maximum efficiency and effectiveness. My Strategy: I identify the student’s difficulty and tackle it with an appropriate method.
5 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, trigonometry, prealgebra
$40.00/hr
Houston, TX
Lawrence O. ...I have taken SAT and GRE scoring 1410/1600 and 2080/2400 respectively. SAT subjects (out of 800) - Quantitative 750 (98th percentile); Verbal 660 (91st p.)GRE subjects (out of 800) - Quantitative 790 (96th p.); Analytical 700 (86th p.); Verbal 590 (83rd p.)If you think I'll be a great fit, let me know so that we can get started. Time is important when it comes to being prepared.
4 Subjects: including algebra 2, GRE, SAT math, algebra 1
$55.00/hr
Pearland, TX
Michelle F. ...I have taken all required math courses in middle school, high school, as well as Calculus, Calculus 2, Linear Algebra and Calculus 3. During high school I tutored fellow pre-calculus and calculus students. I also have experience instructing peers alongside my teacher for the Calculus 1 AB AP test outside of school, as well as the math portion of the TSI placement exam.
10 Subjects: including algebra 2, calculus, biology, algebra 1
$25.00/hr
Houston, TX
Chanyalew B. ...That is, the area under the curve of a derivative function is the function itself. The engineering application of calculus is really fascinating. How would you prove the area of a circle is Pi*r^2.
35 Subjects: including algebra 2, calculus, physics, geometry
$35.00/hr
Houston, TX

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