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Bayonne, NJView Tutor
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Old Bridge, NJView Tutor
...I like to give clear explanations for each important concept and do examples right after. Most importantly, I am personable and easy to talk to; Lessons are thorough but generally informal. I also make myself available by phone and e-mail outside of lessons--My goal is for you to succeed on your tests.
New York, NYView Tutor
...Algebra 1 is a textbook title or the name of a course, but it is not a subject. It is often the course where students become acquainted with symbolic manipulations of quantities. While it can be confusing at first (eg "how can a letter be a number?"), it can also broaden your intellectual scope.
Brooklyn, NYView Tutor
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