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Amanda H.
...I have a great passion for mathematics and I love being able to share my enthusiasm with other students! I have taught a variety of math courses including Basic Math, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1 and 2 (regular and honors levels), Geometry (regular and honors levels), Probability, SAT Prep, Everyday M...
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9 Subjects: including SAT math, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Amanda H.
$60.00/hr
Barrington, NJ
Spencer H.
...I have since been working for a local organization, teaching at an elementary school in New Jersey. I teach in home or in a public space. I only will teach at a customer's home if an adult over 18 is home as well.
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13 Subjects: including SAT math, calculus, algebra 1, trigonometry
Spencer H.
$40.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Sean B.
...I am PA Certified in grades 7-12 math and physics. I achieved within the top 15% nationwide score on my Praxis exam. I have taught all levels of math in high school, from Algebra 1 through Calculus.
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15 Subjects: including SAT math, calculus, physics, geometry
Sean B.
$50.00/hr
Morton, PA
Melvin T.
...I minored in physics, which broadens my knowledge base. If you want a tutor that has experience adapting to the needs of a client, I am the best choice for your time and money.I have taken a half dozen upper level algebra courses, which gives me an insight into how algebra works in A practical s...
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16 Subjects: including SAT math, calculus, statistics, geometry
Melvin T.
$35.00/hr
Wenonah, NJ
Leon D.
...That's the key to building a large vocabulary: you have to read a lot. Even if you don't quite know what a word means, you can give yourself an idea because of the context of the sentence in which the word is used. I was always a straight A student in this subject.
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44 Subjects: including SAT math, English, chemistry, reading
Leon D.
$40.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
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