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$45/hour

Alan K.

Louisville, KY 40206

Experienced & effective writing, test prep, math, language tutor

$45/hour
...I work very little on proving theorems, focusing much more on helping students recognize patterns and why they make sense. Generally this pattern-based logic will help the students who aren't visually oriented, which is the majority of those who don't do well in... read more
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$80/hour

Daniel S.

Cambridge, MA 02139

Harvard Grad, Elementary (K-8) Teacher, Piano, SAT, ESL, Writing

$80/hour
...My students gain excellent familiarity with the structure and format of the test through close analysis of sample tests. My students find my explanations of usage/mechanics and writing skills to be clear and concise. In terms of mechanics and usage, I insure that... read more
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$40/hour

Cynthia B.

Fort Collins, CO 80524

Cynthia's Language World

$40/hour
...Many of my students have been accepted to colleges and graduate programs of their choice. I know the techniques and strategies to help students succeed at standardized testing! Although I do not have a specific certification in college counseling, I have extensive... read more
SAT writing | 10+ other subjects
$50/hour

Kim C.

Tully, NY 13159

Effective Math and Science Tutor for high school and college

$50/hour
...With a PhD in Plant Physiology from SUNY ESF and more than 10 years of working as a research scientist, I am very comfortable using math and solving problems. I love working with kids and turning them "on" to the wonders of math! I have taught General Bio, Microbiology,... read more
SAT writing | 10+ other subjects
$40/hour

Brandon V.

Austin, TX 78744

Mathematical Muscle. I'll Be Your Personal Trainer

$40/hour
...Notice that 1+3=4, 1+3+5=9, 1+3+5+7=16, and 1+3+5+7+9=25. We can see that each sum is a perfect square. We conjecture the formula 1+3+5+.....+2n-1=n^2. We prove this by induction. 1=1^2 is obvious. Suppose 1+3+5+.....+2k-1=k^2. Then 1+3+5+.....+2k-1+2(k+1)-1=k^2+2(k+1)-1=k^2+2k+2-1=k^2+2k+1=(k+1)^2... read more
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