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Prospect, CT Statistics Tutors

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Rayhon A.
...My educational background consist of dual bachelors in electrical and computer engineering, minors in math and computer science, a masters in engineering (MSEE) and a current Ph.D. student at NYU-POLY. I have successfully planned and executed my education path which made me a more rounded and ed...
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36 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, physics, algebra 1
Rayhon A.
$75.00/hr
Waterbury, CT
John K.
...The review includes grammar, punctuation, and essay writing. I have developed a list of specific areas that are covered on the test as well as an outline of specific test strategies for SAT Writing. I have over five years of experience in tutoring for standardized tests.
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26 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, physics, geometry
John K.
$70.00/hr
Bethel, CT
Rob C.
...You can expect that our tutoring sessions will be of only the highest quality. Your satisfaction is guaranteed by both myself and WyzAnt. I have good availability so there is no reason to hesitate.
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36 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, English, calculus
Rob C.
$48.00/hr
West Hartford, CT
Peter M.
...Algebra II is a next step and takes the basic ideas in Algebra I and applies them with a more general scope and power. It is the next step in which more complex problems are tackled. A mastery of Algebra two is a necessary skill and building block for higher mathematics.
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41 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, reading, geometry
Peter M.
$40.00/hr
Stratford, CT
Andrei K.
...True, but you need to learn how to *solve* problems first, *before* you can do it fast. The first time I looked at an SAT test, I did it (perfectly) in just over half the time--but I had never trained for speed. It may sound counter-intuitive, but speed comes naturally to those who (1) are good at solving problems and (2) have a complete command of the subject matter.
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27 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, physics, geometry
Andrei K.
$95.00/hr
Ridgefield, CT
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