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Francisco M.
...Master in engineering offers math (Algebra, pre-calc, Trigonometry, Statistics) and computer usage (Word, Excel, internet) tutoring sessions to students. Learn from someone who has applied these techniques in his own professional practice. English and Spanish spoken.
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12 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, Spanish, statistics
Francisco M.
$50.00/hr
Miami, FL
Patrick A.
...I've been named part of the All Dade First Team for Swimming 3 years in a row (2005, 2006, 2007). I've been a competitive swimmer for 12 years. I've been a Junior Olympic Champion, District Champion and Regional Champion many times. I've also competed and won a Junior Olympic Open Water 5km race.
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26 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, English, reading
Patrick A.
$40.00/hr
Miami, FL
Francisco E.
...Sometimes the pronouns are the most difficult to handle. I will teach you to do it perfectly. The experience that one acquires in this field is due to the fact that is one of the fields in engineering that almost everyday is dealing with angles and Geometric figures.
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13 Subjects: including algebra 1, Spanish, calculus, physics
Francisco E.
$45.00/hr
Miami, FL
Deborah G.
...I am a MDC, FIU, and NSU alumni. I have a Master's degree in Medical Sciences from NSU. I have always enjoyed tutoring; it is rewarding, enriching, and fun.
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61 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, English, Spanish
Deborah G.
$50.00/hr
Miami, FL
Drew G.
...By "reach," I mean that it is extremely competitive to gain acceptance. With some exceptions, it is a good idea to develop a list of at least three potential colleges. One should be a "reach," one should be challenging but with more probable acceptance, and one should pose probable acceptance for the student, still requiring some measure of effort.
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21 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, writing, statistics
Drew G.
$60.00/hr
Miami, FL
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