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Shelley T.
...Poets, authors, and playwrights have developed stories into literary masterpieces by using the sum of the parts to create the student's goal of using what they learned. Students can benefit from understanding the differences between non-fiction, fiction, essay, and autobiographical prose. Impor...
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27 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, English, reading, special needs
Shelley T.
$45.00/hr
Union, NJ
Bernard M.
...I tutored them in anything from weekly homework to preparing for midterms and final examinations. I previously worked as a software consultant and majored in accounting while in college. This has lead me to greatly improve my math skills and computer skills, especially with Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel.
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38 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, English, reading, writing
Bernard M.
$60.00/hr
West Orange, NJ
Reggie V.
...Also, I tutored several of my classmates in varying levels of calculus during my time at Rutgers. I took AP Physics C in high school and earned a 5 on both parts of the exam. In college, almost every course I took towards my Mechanical Engineering degree required detailed knowledge of either Cl...
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22 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, chemistry, physics, calculus
Reggie V.
$50.00/hr
West Orange, NJ
Michael S.
...I am not limited to a certain level. French is my language. I did all my studies in French and English.
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12 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, French, Microsoft PowerPoint, networking (computer)
Michael S.
$50.00/hr
Orange, NJ
Thomas V.
...Rule Five: Use generous amounts of local history to teach American and World History Some historical development may make a lot more sense to a student if he or she can see a local manifestation of it. Rule Six: Use music and film to appeal to those senses not necessarily stimulated by reading. Music can touch the emotions in a unique way.
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13 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, English, grammar, ACT English
Thomas V.
$45.00/hr
New York, NY
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