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Highland Park, TX Geometry Tutors

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Micah B.
...Please contact me, and let's get started. I have a very specific course for the GED. After taking a GRE course for graduate school, I started designing my own course for the GED, SAT, and ACT.
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29 Subjects: including geometry, Spanish, reading, English
Micah B.
$60.00/hr
Dallas, TX
Briana T.
...I also know many memory tricks, and tips for doing well on exams. I believe that enjoyment and encouragement can be fundamental motivators for success. These will necessarily be qualities I commit to in any tutoring relationship.
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18 Subjects: including geometry, reading, biology, chemistry
Briana T.
$45.00/hr
Dallas, TX
Reagan Y.
...My experience with tutoring ranges from grade school to college. My experience with high school comes from me participating as a tutor in the AVID program. The AVID program is a college preparatory program made for students who have the potential to go to college, but perhaps need extra support to get there.
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51 Subjects: including geometry, English, reading, biology
Reagan Y.
$25.00/hr
Dallas, TX
Derek L.
...I tutored physics at BYU for two years, and can tutor biology, chemistry and physics as well. I enjoy tutoring because I enjoy helping students master concepts that once challenged them. My degree is in Biophysics, which included upper level classes in physics, chemistry and biology.
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12 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, physics, algebra 1
Derek L.
$40.00/hr
Grapevine, TX
Richard C.
...When teachers explain something in class they assume that the students have a certain knowledge about math based on what they learned in previous years. If a student is lacking in a certain area of what they are assumed to know, they won't understand the new topic, and it creates a snowball effe...
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20 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, statistics, algebra 1
Richard C.
$50.00/hr
Dallas, TX
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