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Cheltenham, MD Tutors

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Angela R.
...Most importantly, I have taught them how to organize their work. Since I have implemented these steps and more, I have seen great improvement in my students grades. In the Federal Government I was employed as a writer/editor for 15 years.
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20 Subjects: including reading, writing, algebra 1, finance
Angela R.
$35.00/hr
District Heights, MD
Michael R.
...I have experience tutoring and working with students who need more engagement in numerous subject areas and believe a good student-educator relationship depends on the passion of the educator and the enjoyment of the student, which cannot be separated. In addition to specific sciences and libera...
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21 Subjects: including reading, writing, biology, algebra 1
Michael R.
$50.00/hr
Alexandria, VA
David C.
...I help students identify weak areas in their core knowledge areas that the MCAT tests and help students come up with a study plan to fill in those gaps. I also emphasize skills to help students critically reason through passages and questions, as most questions require more than a simple regurgi...
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1 Subject: MCAT
David C.
$65.00/hr
Washington, DC
Carlean S.
...I have experience in tutoring children at many levels. I believe that all children can achieve and should be encouraged to do so. In my tutoring sessions a positive environment is created for learning.
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10 Subjects: including reading, algebra 1, ASVAB, GED
Carlean S.
$40.00/hr
Fort Washington, MD
Kweli S.
...I like to be challenged and I will challenge students. Not knowing something is an opportunity to learn something new. For reading, I believe students should collect words--especially words that are unfamiliar to them when they are reading.
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5 Subjects: including piano, voice (music), ear training, general music
Kweli S.
$45.00/hr
Washington, DC
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