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Brian M.
...Remember, it begins with you-what you know, what you want to tell/teach someone, etc. I will make sure you can deliver all of what you already have, to any audience. This can be to groups in high school, college, or in a work setting.
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29 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, English, reading
Brian M.
$50.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
David J.
...In addition, I have extensive past tutoring experience during my college and graduate school years. I offer tutoring services in most math subjects as well as Biology and Physics. I have a Bachelor's degree in Engineering Mechanics and a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering.
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11 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, biology
David J.
$60.00/hr
Wynnewood, PA
Tokpa S.
I am currently a volunteer math tutor at the Center for Literacy in Philadelphia. I have a degree in engineering and math. My approach towards tutoring is simple.
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23 Subjects: including algebra 2, physics, algebra 1, geometry
Tokpa S.
$55.00/hr
Sharon Hill, PA
Sam W.
...My name is Sam, and I have been tutoring professionally for 10 years (since graduating from high school, having tutored voluntarily throughout high school, too). I specialize in the SATs (and PSATs), though have taught a variety of subjects to children ages 6-18, as well as many adults. EXPERIEN...
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22 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, reading, ESL/ESOL
Sam W.
$50.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Shishav P.
...The crisis of the current mathematical and scientific subjects challenging the young minds is the language that obscures the obvious. Having said that, however, the scientific language is as such for the benefit of the subject and its torch-bearers. The problem that I want to point towards is not the language but the lack of proper training to understand the language.
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28 Subjects: including algebra 1, chemistry, reading, algebra 2
Shishav P.
$35.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
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