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Kensington, MD Precalculus Tutors

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Jaison N.
...Some need to see every step in a solution while others just need a little explaining for a concept to make sense. Some lack confidence, others lack motivation. Whatever the case may be, everyone has their story and the potential for success.
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9 Subjects: including precalculus, calculus, physics, geometry
Jaison N.
$60.00/hr
Rockville, MD
Matt H.
...When I am not spending time at work or school I enjoy being outside. I love to play Ultimate Frisbee, did so for 4 years at MSU. During the winter I snowboard, and year round I try to go on long bike rides.
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15 Subjects: including precalculus, physics, calculus, algebra 2
Matt H.
$35.00/hr
Washington, DC
Jenny C.
...Does he/she hate studying and find it difficult? Are they overwhelmed and don't know where to start? Do they lack certain reading, writing, or critical thinking skills that are holding them back from doing well?
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42 Subjects: including precalculus, reading, English, writing
Jenny C.
$60.00/hr
Gaithersburg, MD
Dr. Tina B.
...Prepared lectures, field trips, laboratory investigations, academic assessments, and scheduled guest speakers. 1995-1997 Mentor and Laboratory Assistant - Hampton University, Hampton, VA - Served as a motivational leader to college students. Provided motivational information, advisement and act...
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64 Subjects: including precalculus, reading, chemistry, English
Dr. Tina B.
$55.00/hr
Brandywine, MD
Elizabeth T.
...I also know that exploring many methods is the best way to build conceptual understanding of math. In many math classrooms today, teachers show their students one way to solve a problem, and then the students simply mimic a series of steps. This approach does not promote conceptual understanding!
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16 Subjects: including precalculus, English, writing, calculus
Elizabeth T.
$70.00/hr
Washington, DC
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