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Wesley L. ...Ann's, Riverdale, Horace Mann, Avenues, Dalton, UNIS Colleges: NYU, Columbia, UChicago, Cornell, MIT. I look forward to hearing from you! P.S.
27 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, physics
$150.00/hr
New York, NY
Alexandra J. ...We completed a portfolio and did word study to improve her reading and writing skills. I currently work in an American Sign Language and English lower school. I have several students who are deaf or hard of hearing and I work with deaf and hard of hearing colleagues.
21 Subjects: including statistics, reading, English, ESL/ESOL
$45.00/hr
Forest Hills, NY
Judith M. ...My ability to present materials in a way that is compatible with the student's learning style is key to building the student's confidence and helping the student truly understand the subject matter. Students can be visual learners, auditory learners or kinesthetic learners. Some people have a combination of learning styles.
57 Subjects: including statistics, reading, English, biology
$60.00/hr
New York, NY
Edward B. ...I tutor students in Biostatistics and Epidemiology at Columbia Medical School. Most of out work is performed using the R programming language. I have also been teaching statistics and regression in many other applications for several years.
56 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, writing
$200.00/hr
New York, NY
Debra T. ...I'm also a dancer, writer, and researcher!I work as a physics professor. I've done a lot of GRE tutoring, and I find it surprisingly rewarding. One key to success is understanding how you think, and finding common ground between your strengths and the test design.
27 Subjects: including statistics, reading, chemistry, English
$95.00/hr
New York, NY

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