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Nelson S.
...So often, once the root difficulty is found (and fixed!), a plethora of other problems and fears diminish or disappear. Once you understand it, science and math is fun and easy. My style is not one who instructs.
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12 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, physics
Nelson S.
$65.00/hr
Foxboro, MA
Damien B.
...In psychology. I'm currently the assistant director of a large preschool, and a part-time real estate agent. I've taken courses related to business at both the undergraduate and graduate level.
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33 Subjects: including statistics, reading, English, writing
Damien B.
$50.00/hr
North Providence, RI
Kirsten S.
...As far as my tutoring background, I started in high school when I spent my study halls tutoring student peers that needed the extra help. Then spent after school volunteering at an elementary school to help out children that were falling behind class. Though I did not tutor much during college,...
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17 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Kirsten S.
$60.00/hr
Milford, MA
Sabrina A.
...I taught sixth grade math for seven years and seventh and eight grade for two years. I have an undergraduate degree in Elementary Education and Middle Level Math.I have a Masters degree in ESL and Cross Cultural Studies. I am certified in Rhode Island in Elementary, Middle Level Math, and Content ESL.
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5 Subjects: including statistics, algebra 1, prealgebra, SAT math
Sabrina A.
$45.00/hr
Johnston, RI
Bernie L.
...Despite its seminal importance in the modern world, calculus introduces only one truly new concept: the limit. The other two major tools of calculus - differentiation and integration - are simply application of the limit to different kinds of problems. Mastering calculus requires a strong foundation of algebra and trigonometry, followed by an in-depth understanding of limits.
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19 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, algebra 2, calculus
Bernie L.
$100.00/hr
Attleboro, MA
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