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Preston B.
...I have excellent familiarity with the AP U.S. History test and take it annually. I am a Ph.D. candidate in European history.
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6 Subjects: including SAT writing, SAT reading, world history, social studies
Preston B.
$50.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
Gray G.
...Are you tired of studying for hours and not seeing an improvement in your GPA? Do you want to improve your class rank, earn better grades, or boost your standardized test scores? Are you in the market for a personal statement which will make an admissions committee drool?
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28 Subjects: including SAT reading, SAT math, English, SAT writing
Gray G.
$45.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
Joshua R.
...I have worked with Windows: XP, Vista, & 7; Mac OSX: 10.4, 10.5, 10.6; Linux: Ubuntu & Debian. Also Server editions for most of these OS's. In addition to SAT, ACT, GMAT and other test prep tutoring, I also tutor for the CBEST.
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32 Subjects: including SAT math, English, calculus, physics
Joshua R.
$40.00/hr
La Verne, CA
Scott H.
...With that has come preparation, discipline and a pursuit of perfecting study. I have also taught grades from kindergarten to post-docs at Stanford. Teaching high school kids most recently how to learn, remember, practice their lessons and understanding, repeat good performance, and much more, have all been a part of my daily lessons.
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16 Subjects: including SAT reading, SAT writing, English, reading
Scott H.
$90.00/hr
Long Beach, CA
Jorge R.
...I hate rules used for writing and teach that Rule #1 is that all rules can be broken (by good writers). But I use a number of rules which I liken to training wheels on a bicycle. When you are starting to ride a bike, you need the training wheels. Likewise, as a struggling/beginning writer, you need some rules to provide structure.
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9 Subjects: including SAT writing, SAT reading, English, writing
Jorge R.
$50.00/hr
Alhambra, CA
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