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Las Vegas, NV 89149

Melanie B.

A Student-Centered Teacher and Mentor

...The expectations are higher, the work load is harder, and many students don't even know where to start - this is where I can help you! Students I have coached for standardized testing have seen significant increases in their scores between their first practice... read more

algebra 1, biology, elementary (k-6th) | 10+ other subjects

Chino Hills, CA 91709

Eva M.

Elementary Education

Hello, My name is Eva and I have been a teacher and a tutor for many years. I have taught many grade levels in elementary school, and am currently teaching adults how to speak English. My job leaves time for me to tutor students in the afternoons, evenings, and... read more

elementary (k-6th), reading, study skills | 10+ other subjects

Knoxville, TN 37921

Robert C.

Professional Tutor for Math, English, ACT/SAT Prep, Chemistry and more

...Upon my return to Knoxville, I began tutoring U.T. student athletes as an employee of the University of Tennessee. I also sub for Knox County Schools and a local private elementary school when my schedule permits. I am a devoted husband and step-father, and in... read more

algebra 1, algebra 2, biology | 10+ other subjects

Corona Del Mar, CA 92625

Susan S.

Professional math tutor, College Algebra, SAT, Spanish, K-6 program

...Students learn in different ways, so she includes visual aids during all her sessions. As far as grade school tutoring, Susan also works very well with younger children to prepare them in reading, vocabulary, grammar and phonics so they can excel in school. She... read more

algebra 1, algebra 2, elementary (k-6th) | 10+ other subjects

Austin, TX 78744

Brandon V.

Mathematical Muscle. I'll Be Your Personal Trainer

...For instance, how can we derive a formula for the sum of the first n odd positive integers. 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... read more

algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus | 10+ other subjects

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