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Yakout E.
...If you are interested in learning Arabic with a native teacher, please contact me. I offer a flexible schedule and reasonable fees. Thank you,Yakout I am a native Egyptian living in USA.
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2 Subjects: including Arabic, classics
Yakout E.
$45.00/hr
Newark, NJ
Jo-Ann J.
I love helping people to be the best that they can be, you must believe in yourself and work very hard to make your dreams come true. I attended Union County College and got my Associate in Business Administration I studied at Kean University, Drew University and University of Phoenix Online. I re...
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3 Subjects: including public speaking, study skills, career development
Jo-Ann J.
$50.00/hr
Montclair, NJ
Luke B.
...I graduated with a BFA in Film & Television production from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. I have crewed on numerous student and independent films. I've worked in video production several places.
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9 Subjects: including English, writing, literature, world history
Luke B.
$55.00/hr
New York, NY
Amanda J.
I am a current senior at Columbia University studying Earth and Environmental Science and Political Science--so I have a very varied background that allows me to tutor a lot of subjects. I have been tutoring Spanish, writing, math, sciences, and more since I was in high school and have worked with ...
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22 Subjects: including English, writing, geometry, precalculus
Amanda J.
$40.00/hr
New York, NY
Marwin R.
...If you can do physics, you can do anything. There is an aura or stigma over physics that scares people away. But it only requires opening the thought processes to be "outside the box." How does it work?
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5 Subjects: including physics, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
Marwin R.
$70.00/hr
Franklin Lakes, NJ
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