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Ese U.
...I am not committed to any specific tutoring methods. I do believe in 1-on-1, face-to-face tutoring and I believe in practice and repetition. I am informal for the most part.
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10 Subjects: including trigonometry, geometry, GRE, ASVAB
Ese U.
$30.00/hr
Bowie, MD
James B.
...You would want to see as many different types of problems as possible BEFORE seeing those same types of problems on the real exam. With near perfect ratings and more than 1500 hours of tutoring math through WyzAnt, including subjects of Elementary Math, Pre-Algebga, Algebra 1 & 2, Trigonometry, ...
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25 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, GRE, geometry
James B.
$50.00/hr
Bowie, MD
Wilton W.
...At NJIT, I took a grad course in algorithm analysis. At John Hopkins, I took a course in probability. At Univ of Md, I took an undergrad course in mathematical logic.
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13 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, calculus, algebra 2
Wilton W.
$40.00/hr
Annapolis, MD
Marietta G.
...Area and Volume Formulas; 10. Statistics and Probability; Having pursued a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and a Master of Science in Computer Science, I have completed many Math courses ranging from prealgebra through calculus. In computer programming, I have had to apply my knowledge of math to create a wide variety of programs.
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21 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, calculus, geometry
Marietta G.
$50.00/hr
Hyattsville, MD
Elizabeth T.
...I also know that exploring many methods is the best way to build conceptual understanding of math. In many math classrooms today, teachers show their students one way to solve a problem, and then the students simply mimic a series of steps. This approach does not promote conceptual understanding!
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16 Subjects: including trigonometry, English, writing, calculus
Elizabeth T.
$70.00/hr
Washington, DC
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