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...I've taught Statistics at Lightworks Institute and ITT Technical Institute in Everett. I have also been coaching Statistics for over 12 years and have a unique ability to blend knowledge and humor into my teaching style. Descriptive and Inferential statistics can be understood by most students, with the right teacher and the right motivation.

...My experience as a tutor includes work with Vietnamese, Russian, Mexican, Japanese, Thai, Chinese, Ukrainian, and Taiwanese students. Often, when working with them, we have found that the difficulties are not about intellectual ability, but more often they relate to understanding of language, ge...

...PhilMy Algebra 1 experience includes factoring, polynominals, solving for a variable, solving for 2 variables, word problems among other topics in Algebra 1. I will work with your student to help them understand using sample problems and working through their homework. On the subject of prealge...

...Math is my all time favorite course. I have tutored Math at Bergen Community College since 2008 for 3 years as a peer and professional tutor to a wide diversity of students of different ages. I am willing to help students progress and excel in Math as well as providing studying and learning skills.

...During my 14 years of teaching high school math/science one on one in a private school, I taught SAT prep to any student requesting it. SAT math prep is basically a review of Alg.I, Geometry, and Alg.II/with Trig. Additional themes are showing students how to work quickly, prioritize work to save time, and navigate deceptive/confusing questions.

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