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I am a professional math and science tutor in Newark/Wilmington and the surrounding area, and am currently accepting students. I tutor students seeking help with all levels of mathematics, chemistry, physics, and ACT/SAT preparation. I taught two years of college Algebra and Calculus courses, and have conducted professional tutoring services of math and science for six years.
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