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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.
$45.00/hr
West Orange, NJ
David P.
...As of November 11, 2014, I am a Microsoft Office 2010 Certified Master/Expert. I have been drawing since I was a child. I took classes at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY.
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20 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, reading, precalculus, geometry
David P.
$45.00/hr
Irvington, NJ
Konstantinos K.
...I have a BA from Rutgers University and an MSc from the London School of Economics, both degrees in mathematics. I also tutor students in physics and regularly use examples from physics to teach Calculus. I think I'm pretty friendly and outgoing.
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28 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, physics, calculus, statistics
Konstantinos K.
$60.00/hr
Elizabeth, NJ
Shalom M.
...During and after high school, I tutored younger students in German. I was born and raised in Turkey, completing primary school, secondary school and my college degree in Turkey. Separately, I have tutored in Turkish for 8 years.
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13 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Shalom M.
$50.00/hr
New York, NY
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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