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Sarah A. ...I am currently pursuing a PhD in math at UC Boulder. I taught linear algebra as an adjunct while at Hunter college. I have been tutoring towards the common core curriculum since it came out.
17 Subjects: including algebra 1, calculus, statistics, geometry
$60.00/hr
Boulder, CO
Anna S. I am an undergraduate student at UC Denver, studying Public Health for my B.S. in pre-medical studies. In high school I was president of the Science Olympiad club (i.e. Head Nerd), with concentrations in anatomy and physiology, epidemiology, and biology.
15 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, writing, biology
$50.00/hr
Denver, CO
Sam S. ...I enjoy teaching immensely but timing and finances allowed me to retire from my former position in July, 2013 (I now serve on the Board of Directors). My educational background (Yale University, Geology and Geophysics) lends itself to Math and Science but I have read extensively in other subject...
36 Subjects: including algebra 1, chemistry, physics, writing
$45.00/hr
Longmont, CO
Patrick M. ...If you are shooting for eligibility of a specific career I can also help. I recently worked with one high school grad and increased her ASVAB score 25% in one month. I took the ACT in June 2012 and scored 32, which is the 97th percentile.
48 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, chemistry, writing
$72.00/hr
Littleton, CO
Chris R. ...I focus as a tutor on understanding the way math works, instead of just teaching memorization and formulas. I believe any student can understand what they are doing and why they are doing it, given time and the right instruction. I will provide that for your student.
13 Subjects: including algebra 1, statistics, geometry, logic
$50.00/hr
Broomfield, CO

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