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Norwalk, CT ACT Tutors

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Elizabeth R.
...Outside of my tutoring, I was a Sarah Porter Honor roll student all 8 semesters of high school, member of the varsity field hockey team for four years, and member of the varsity golf team for three years, which in my senior year I was the captain. I took five AP exams and courses in English Lit,...
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34 Subjects: including ACT English, ACT Science, biology, chemistry
Elizabeth R.
$45.00/hr
Westport, CT
Kiran A.
...An experienced test taker. I recently completed my GMAT exam and scored in the 90th percentile. Score of 700 out of a total of 800.
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18 Subjects: including ACT Math, statistics, geometry, accounting
Kiran A.
$50.00/hr
Redding, CT
Marsha W.
...I employ a variety of teaching methods to meet the needs of students with varied learning styles. I have taught in a wide variety of settings, including public and private schools, an online college and individual tutoring. I am a consultant to the Educational Testing Service and help develop SAT exams.
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14 Subjects: including ACT English, ACT Reading, English, reading
Marsha W.
$60.00/hr
Mahopac, NY
Scott T.
...I have been teaching Regents Math in Algebra, Geometry and Algebra II for about ten years. The kids I tutor have ALWAYS passed. This year, I tutored three kids and they all received scored of 90+. I teach Regents Math at a NYC High School with very good results.
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15 Subjects: including ACT Math, geometry, statistics, algebra 2
Scott T.
$80.00/hr
Pomona, NY
Donald R.
...Students who only learn how to do the process usually must relearn it year after year. Using the right approach, students can be introduced to a different way of thinking about math. By learning how to think about a strategy instead of memorizing a process, students will be able to analyze and solve problems that are new or in a different form than those they are used to.
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8 Subjects: including ACT Math, geometry, algebra 2, algebra 1
Donald R.
$100.00/hr
Port Chester, NY
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