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Alin T. ...I have many LSAT resources including all 77 practice tests, the Power Score bibles, and the two newest tests from this year. Your time availability prior to taking the test will help me determine what resources you will help you maximize your potential. I took the June LSAT of this year and scored 171 after preparing for 11 months.
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Tempe, AZ
Dawna S. ...I have a Master's in Professional Counseling, with an emphasis on Trauma, Abuse and Deprivation. Currently, I tutor psychology with helping students write methods and research papers in APA format. In addition, I have several years of individual and group counseling experience.
15 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, special needs
Glendale, AZ
Jennifer M. ...I taught mastery based elementary math to students who were below grade level. I love helping students achieve their goals. I am trained in Common Core.
7 Subjects: including chemistry, biology, algebra 1, elementary math
Mesa, AZ
Gabe B. ...My education and teaching background is as follows:Arizona State University, Tempe, AZM.Ed Curriculum and Instruction in Mathematics and Science,7 years teaching experience in algebra 1 & 2. B.S. in BiologyMinor in Chemistry,8 years teaching experience in biology,8 years teaching experience in c...
5 Subjects: including chemistry, biology, algebra 1, algebra 2
Gilbert, AZ
Barbara L. ...So, if a person is weak sequentially he can study phonics forever but never catch on to reading. Its like the proverbial “beating your head against the wall.” The typical dyslexic struggles because his left brain, which is the side that sequences things, is weak. We must first build the student’s sequencing skills to at least five, preferably seven, before we can begin to teach phonics.
6 Subjects: including reading, dyslexia, elementary (k-6th), phonics
Gilbert, AZ

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