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Tonia M. ...I had one student that had previously failed a Regents exam and with my help, he passed his next retest. I have a strong, proven track record of successful preparation of Regents. More about my Regents expertise: I continuously tutor my students through the school year and I have successfully prepared more than ten students for Regents.
38 Subjects: including calculus, ACT Math, SAT math, reading
New York, NY
Jessica H. ...In my experience, I've found that too many students get frustrated too easily when learning a new concept and quickly declare that they hate math. As a student who was in the same boat for many years my tutoring is especially well tailored to these kinds of students. I find it very fulfilling t...
25 Subjects: including algebra 2, ACT Math, GMAT, GED
Brooklyn, NY
Najeeb K. ...I passed Exam 2/FM Financial Mathematics with a score of 9/10. A course in Linear Algebra with Applications was part of my undergraduate major in Applied Math at Yale. Topics covered were vectors and vector spaces, systems of equations, echelon forms, Gaussian elimination, matrix rank, spanning...
11 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, precalculus, trigonometry
New Milford, NJ
Randy R. ...I enjoy teaching math and science to middle and high school students. I tailor my tutoring sessions to maximize each student's understanding and progress in math and science. My goal for each student is for him/her to be able to understand the concepts and be able to apply them in class and on exams.
7 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry, geometry
Nutley, NJ
Megan S. ...In those courses, we covered famous philosophers' works such as Aristotle, Plato, and Machiavelli. I believe that taking the time to read various philosophers' ideas helps develop skills such as critical thinking as well as learn how to develop an argument. Additionally, the intense analysis that is required when reading a philosophic text is both engaging and challenging.
18 Subjects: including statistics, algebra 1, SPSS, reading
New York, NY

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