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Palmetto Bay, FL Calculus Tutors

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Claudia G.
...I graduated from Purdue University in BS in Biology. I have worked in research for about 5 years and am very knowledgeable in the subject. I taught Geometry in high school.
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18 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, biochemistry, cooking
Claudia G.
$50.00/hr
Miami, FL
David B.
...I do not just use one style of tutoring when it comes to students. I use a different style of teaching depending on works best for the student. Also it is my belief that learning should be fun and informative at the same time.
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15 Subjects: including calculus, physics, geometry, statistics
David B.
$60.00/hr
Miami, FL
Alex D.
...I have a systematic approach to teaching beginners and the slightly more experienced students how to play the piano. I also have numerous awards from small piano recitals for my accomplishments in music theory and piano playing. I am a recent chemistry graduate from F.I.U. and my focus was in Organic and Analytical chemistry.
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28 Subjects: including calculus, English, chemistry, algebra 2
Alex D.
$45.00/hr
Miami, FL
William B.
...I have been a tutor for over 10 years. I currently work as a tutor at the University of Miami, and have worked at Miami Dade College--where I received a CTD tutor certification in 2013. I have experience tutoring at the middle school, high school, and college levels.
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21 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, statistics
William B.
$58.00/hr
Miami, FL
Daniel K.
...Often students will ask questions I have never considered before, and answering those questions really helps to cement abstract concepts in my own mind. You could say it's a mutually beneficial relationship. I have found that the best way to teach is to review the material, then work through a few examples together before letting the student attempt a problem on their own.
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17 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Daniel K.
$45.00/hr
Miami, FL
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