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Michael B.
...I have taught Algebra II for over 4 years with a high success rate. All of my students continued to Precalculus and were successful in both subjects. I teach several different methods so that the students can have options on how to solve the problems.
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7 Subjects: including SAT math, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Michael B.
$45.00/hr
Tomball, TX
Molly F.
...I really enjoy helping students one-on-one! I have seen such success come from my students. Before becoming a teacher, I attended the University of Virginia where I studied business.
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16 Subjects: including SAT math, reading, geometry, algebra 1
Molly F.
$50.00/hr
Tomball, TX
Bill E.
...The most important aspects of their successful use is consistency and practice. Over time, the challenges of learning phonics can be met with a thoughtful, patient guide. One of the most difficult skills to master is the ability to effectively study and comprehend what is being read.
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27 Subjects: including SAT math, English, algebra 2, algebra 1
Bill E.
$50.00/hr
Spring, TX
Michelle G.
...I am certified in Science (composite 6-12), Spanish and ESL. I have taught Math, Science and Spanish and truly enjoy helping people learn. I love teaching but really like the opportunity to work one on one with an individual and watch their growth.
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31 Subjects: including SAT math, reading, Spanish, English
Michelle G.
$65.00/hr
Houston, TX
Craig H.
...A positive attitude, a little faith, and a lot of work goes a long way. Working on your attitude towards math is the first step. It's better if you can think positive thoughts about the subject you are studying, and if you have a negative thought that's OK; you can't really control every stray thought.
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1 Subject: SAT math
Craig H.
$45.00/hr
Cypress, TX
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