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*I tutor out of my office located in Wauconda, IL near 176 and Rand* Hello, I'm Matt and I have been a professional Math & ACT tutor for over 10 years. My background includes a bachelors of science in mathematics and a thorough work history at highly recognized tutoring agencies. Currently, I am a small business owner and I tutor out of my office in my free time.

...I also adapt the best teaching method based on each student's learning needs. Urmil brings years of experience as a math tutor and teacher working with elementary school, middle school, high school and college math students, as well as students who are home schooling. My specialties include Pre...

...I am interested in tutoring any level Math students along with students interested in pursuing engineering with introduction to engineering courses. My goal with teaching is to show students how Math can be used in real world problems which will instill a want to learn.I have used Algebra 1 on a...

...I would like to teach and provide to a broader audience my own skill set that I was fortune to learn over the years, as well as make a few extra bucks. Hopefully this can be a win-win for everyone. In obtaining a master's degree in Mechanical Engineering, I have had to utilize all forms of math from basic algebra, to a daily use of differential equations.

...I give homework and test to assess his progress periodically. I teach kids at my place and if needed I come to your home to take classes.I have taught many students in the past who had difficulty understanding the basics of Algebra. My strategy of teaching is to use a step-by-step approach, breaking a complex problem in small sections.

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