These private tutors
in Glendale Heights are brought to you by WyzAnt.com, the best place to find local tutors on the web.
When you use WyzAnt, you can search for Glendale Heights tutors, review profiles and qualifications, run background checks, and arrange for home lessons.
Click on any of the results below to see the tutor's full profile. Your first hour with any tutor is protected by our Good Fit Guarantee: You don't pay for tutoring unless you find a good fit.

...I then adapt my teaching style to better suit their needs. This not only assists in long term retention of material, but helps each of my students to better understand their studying needs. As an educator, I have the priviledge of helping people to realize goals that they once thought were impo...

...In addition, I worked for more than thirty years as an actuary, where I frequently used probability concepts in pricing various life insurance policies. For these reasons, I believe that I can help you understand how to solve your probability problems. I taught many Finite Mathematics courses at Lewis University.

...This is an approximation of the area of the circle that improves if the polygon (in this case, an octagon) has more sides. In particular, a polygon with many sides will have a perimeter very close to the perimeter of the circle which is 2*Pi*r. Perhaps the most difficult hurdle in pre-algebra is how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions.

...I am a very friendly, patient and dedicated tutor. I will work with you for whatever you need.I took 3 years of college level Arabic classes at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Additionally, I studied abroad one semester in Morocco in an Arabic language and culture immersion program.

I have four years' experience on the faculty of Brown University and Phillips Academy, Andover. I am expert in the teaching of Math, science, Latin, French, Greek, History, English, as well as GMAT, SAT, GRE, and ACT. Also, I was a tutor for a large wealthy family in California for five years.

© Copyright 2001-2016 info @ algebrahelp.com