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Mary M.

Moab, UT

Math Tutor - PreAlg, Alg I, Geometry, Alg II, Trig, PreCal, Test Prep!

...than "how" to solve problems, I will also explain the "why". I am accountable, responsible and patient with the time we will have together and will be efficient with responses. I look forward to helping... read more

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330 hours tutoring

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Judd H.

Moab, UT

Diverse Background Suitable for Multiple Subjects

...I have an extensive background in research and teaching science at the university level. This has enabled me to become well versed in a wide variety of subjects. My primary experience has been in the fields... read more

Amy M.

Montrose, CO

Basic Elementary, Handwriting, Nursing

...I am a generally happy person. I am 41, married with one adult son. I home-schooled my son in his early grade-school years and am very patient when it comes with early learners. Grammar, spelling and handwriting.... read more

Lynn M.

Monticello, UT

100% move 2 grade levels; F's to C's, D's to B's, C's to A's quickly

...solving those problems and of bringing all students along at a mastery level.) Together, with the tutor, parents and students can make up for any perceived loses and do so in a short time. A tutor’s job... read more

4.7 (3)

5 hours tutoring

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Mary F.

Naturita, CO

Mary brings English and literature to life

...someone who has been through similar difficulties and come out fine; their strategies might help you, too. But most of all ask. Ask why something is that way. Ask for the first step. Ask for an example.... read more

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