Sarah C. - $35.00/hr - Rochester, NY - View Sarah C. >>

...In high school, I took AP European and AP United States History. I’ve had a passion for history ever since and continued taking history classes in college, most of them focused on different eras of United States History. I’ve written numerous papers on different eras in music history. (read more)
**24 Subjects: **
including
SAT Math,
Reading,
GED,
English

Mark A. - $75.00/hr - Rochester, NY - View Mark A. >>

...If they can not figure out the solution, in the final stage I give hints to approach the problem and work together to the completion. I can meet you at the Brighton library or somewhere at UR or also at RIT campuses if you like. I am hoping that students will enjoy studying with me like the others have done so far. (read more)
**18 Subjects: **
including
SAT Math,
Physics,
Calculus,
Geometry

Yoav K. - $40.00/hr - Rochester, NY - View Yoav K. >>

...I have also helped countless students with the college admissions process, from essay review to interview prep. I am a medical student and have completed graduate-level coursework in biostatistics. I also previously completed undergraduate-level coursework in general probability and statistics as well as analysis of clinical data at the Washington University School of Medicine. (read more)
**56 Subjects: **
including
SAT Math,
Spanish,
Reading,
English

Benjamin L. - $30.00/hr - Rochester, NY - View Benjamin L. >>

...In high school, as I was taking AP Calculus, my friend's brother was struggling through algebra. I spent an hour with him twice a week working through problems and he very quickly became an A+ student in math. The biggest obstacle at this level is believing you can do it, and while frustrations... (read more)
**7 Subjects: **
including
SAT Math,
Calculus,
Algebra 1,
Algebra 2

Pat C. - $40.00/hr - Fairport, NY - View Pat C. >>

...The rule to calculate the number of straights in poker is different than the rule to calculate the coefficient of x^{2}yz^{3} in the expansion of (x + y + z)^{6}. The difference is that calculating the number of straights is a combination without repetition and calculating the coefficient of x^{2... (read more)
**16 Subjects: **
including
SAT Math,
Calculus,
Physics,
Algebra 1

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