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...I look forward to helping you in your educational and professional endeavors.Learn to speak, read and write French! My qualifications include a Master's Degree in French language and literature, bi-lingual work experience, and my current position as a French instructor for a private language school. I will work with you to evaluate your needs and set both short-term and long-term goals.

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...I have a B.S. in Mathematics and I have studied far and beyond what it takes to be an exceptional Algebra 2 student. Most roadblocks that get into the way of learning this topic are using the correct formula. My expertise in teaching this topic is to take a complex problem and make it more simple.

...John's University with a B.S. in Physics and an overall GPA of 3.47, I attended The Bronx High School of Science. It was there that I first developed an affinity to Geometry, and have since been conveying this enthusiasm to my students, many of whom I have tutored while working for a large educational firm. I have a Bachelor of Science degree from St.

...Instead of using the traditional classroom method, I ask probing questions, to aide a student in his or her own pursuit of the answer. For example, "in a solve for X variable" I may ask a student: "What must be done to one side of the equation, so that the "X" is isolate form the constant and th...

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