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Robert K.
5 (560)
1558+ Hours

Haverhill, MA

English, Math, Study Skills, Organization, MCAS strategies


...I love to play chess. I play daily with a group of students and teach them the fundamentals of the game. We also have an after school group that meets to allow for extended play. I have been playing chess... read more

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Keith S.
5 (242)
744+ Hours

Oakland, CA

Learning should be fun!


...I have been playing chess since I was 8 years old. My dad and I used to play in the evenings, and I fondly remember the first time I beat him. In college, I honed my chess skills as a member of the Internet... read more

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Matthew G.
5 (157)
411+ Hours

Pensacola, FL

Experienced and Patient Teacher/Tutor


...I have played Volleyball since I was in elementary school. I continue to play nowadays with my local adult leagues. I am able to teach bumping, setting, spiking, and overhand/underhand serves.... read more

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Hiro M.
5 (291)
908+ Hours

Los Angeles, CA

Experienced Japanese and ESL teacher

50/hour Torrance. I go to out of state for a senior tournament once a year and top 3 finishers in men's single, men's doubles and mixed doubles events for the last 4 years. It is very important to have... read more

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Justin B.
5 (404)
1018+ Hours

Melbourne, FL

Tutor for AP History, English, Writing, SAT, ACT, & GRE


...I have played golf for over fifty years. While teaching at Isidore Newman School in New Orleans, I was, in addition to my teaching duties, the golf coach. I worked with young golfers and helped them improve... read more

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