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John H.
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## Great, very patient, tutor!

Marie, 4 lessons with JohnJohn literally saved my precalculus grade (and my entire winter semester)! I decided to get a tutor close to my midterms because I was not grasping the content. He was very knowledgeable and explained the concepts simply and in a very straightforward manner. I wish all teachers taught that way! The concepts, which seemed very convoluted when discussed in class, made sense when John explained it during our sessions. I had many MANY questions, which he patiently answered. He made sure I truly...

My greatest strength as a tutor (beyond really knowing the subjects I tutor) is my ability to adapt to and match the way you learn. A close second is my ability to take abstract concepts and make them much more understandable. I don’t do “tricks” since it takes as much effort to memorize tons of tricks as it does to actually learn the stuff (though I do have plenty of ideas on how to do things more easily). What I do do is teach solid theory, techniques, and study skills as simply and...

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Microsoft Excel,
#### Microsoft Excel

I've used Microsoft Excel since its creation back in the mid-1980s both personally and professionally. I not only know how to write the formulas for the cells, I also know how to control the formatting so that the spreadsheets both get the job done and look good, too.

Microsoft Word,
#### Microsoft Word

I've been using MS word since its inception in 1983 in both PC and Mac environments.

GMAT,
GRE,
Microsoft PowerPoint
Microsoft Excel,
#### Microsoft Excel

I've used Microsoft Excel since its creation back in the mid-1980s both personally and professionally. I not only know how to write the formulas for the cells, I also know how to control the formatting so that the spreadsheets both get the job done and look good, too.

Microsoft Word,
#### Microsoft Word

I've been using MS word since its inception in 1983 in both PC and Mac environments.

General Computer,
Microsoft PowerPoint
Microsoft Excel,
#### Microsoft Excel

I've used Microsoft Excel since its creation back in the mid-1980s both personally and professionally. I not only know how to write the formulas for the cells, I also know how to control the formatting so that the spreadsheets both get the job done and look good, too.

Microsoft Word,
#### Microsoft Word

I've been using MS word since its inception in 1983 in both PC and Mac environments.

General Computer,
GMAT,
Microsoft PowerPoint,
Statistics
Elementary Math

English,
SAT Reading,
SAT Writing

Algebra 1,
#### Algebra 1

Success in Algebra-1 is the key to a student’s success in every math and science course they’ll take in high school. It’s the course that moves you from elementary school arithmetic to the powerful math that every math and science course you’re going to take will draw upon. Build a strong algebra foundation and you will be able to use that knowledge in all your future classes.
If you’re having trouble in Algebra-1, there are two likely problem areas…. 1) the math using fractions, multiplication, square roots, etc is so hard or so confusing that you simply can’t do the calculations your teacher needs you to do, or 2) your teacher’s lectures don’t make any sense and you end up trying to memorize rule after confusing rule. And when you have no idea how to succeed, it makes total sense to give up and work on another course that does make sense… if you’re going to be stuck with a bad math grade, it makes sense to get an “A” in another course to balance it out. The only problem is, you still have a bad grade and your math is going to get increasingly impossible to do.
Since I have succeeded in helping young math students finally be able to do fractions, square roots, negative numbers, etc, I know how to help you finally learn the math skills that have given you so much grief. And once you know how to do the basic math, you can work on learning the algebra your teacher is teaching.
The other way that I help students succeed in learning Algebra-1 is I teach the course differently than your teacher does… rather than lecturing and teaching you complicated rules on how to move numbers and letters around the page, I work with you like a math coach where I show you how to do the skills you need. I often do this by using pictures and memorable techniques that make the Algebra make sense and easier to remember.
The best thing that I do is I help you to feel successful from our first meeting, and once you start feeling successful, it’s easier to start completing your homework and doing better on your quizzes and tests. In th

Algebra 2,
#### Algebra 2

Before I decided to work as a full-time tutor, I taught HS algebra-2 nearly every semester because I was that good. But, because I had low seniority, I was given the students other teachers didn’t want to teach... students who didn’t naturally “get math”... students who were tougher to teach because they struggled. I learned from my students that their problems stemmed from poor teaching/bad situations before that had caused gaps in their learning and I learned how to fix those problems while I taught them algebra 2 at the same time. I not only know how to teach graphing and how functions and polynomials work, but I make new concepts like composite and inverse functions, exponentials-logarithms, matrix math, sequences and series make sense. And when the math you’re studying makes sense, it becomes easier to learn, easier to *remember*, and sets you up for success in your pre-calculus, and calculus courses.

Calculus,
#### Calculus

I've taught single variable & multivariable calculus both as a classroom teacher and as a tutor since 2004 (I still hold current Calif HS teaching credentials in math).

Chemistry,
#### Chemistry

I've either studied, used, or taught chemistry for over four decades. I taught in high school for over a decade and still hold valid teaching credentials in chemistry as well as math & physics.

Geometry,
#### Geometry

As a classroom teacher, I taught many years of geometry. So, as I tutor, I really know what your geometry teacher is looking for. I help you understand how the names used in geometry can give you clues about what is being talk about (e.g., in Latin, *transverse* literally means 'to lie across' and so that's why the line that lies across parallel lines is called a transverse). I'm also really good at teaching the dreaded *two-column proof* and if you have an old-school teacher who is still teaching constructions, I know how to teach constructions, too.

Physics,
#### Physics

I started my teaching career by teaching mechanics as a US Air Force Academy instructor. Following my Air Force career, I earned a Calif HS physics teaching credential (which I still hold along with credentials in math & chemistry). I also studied how to teach physics at a program taught by Arizona State: the program, "Modeling Physics" is the only program judged "exemplary" by the Department of Education.
I've taught &/or tutored physics since 1997.

Precalculus,
#### Precalculus

I draw on over a decade's experience as a HS pre-calculus teacher to help students in their pre-calculus course. Pre-calculus is probably the most challenging HS math course due to how much material is presented and how quickly the course goes. It is easily the most abstract course students have taken to that point.
There are two major focus of the course... functions and trigonometry. Calculus uses the concept of the function a lot and students need to know how to recognize and manipulate functions. If a student has weak algebra and arithmetic skills, this part of the course will uncover those weakness. Because I know the typical problems and am terrific at teaching algebra and basic math skills, I know how to fix any problems that arise quickly.
Trigonometry uses new functions (sine, cosine, tangent) that require students to memorize nearly 100 new math facts associated with the dreaded "Unit Circle" (e.g., sin(30°) = ½). I teach an approach that reduces the number of facts needed to be memorized by 60-70% and helps students recall the facts they need fast. Another problem students face is teachers will expect students to measure angles in radians instead of degrees and many students find radians mysterious and scary. I teach the concept of the radian in 5-10 min and completely eliminate all the scariness.
Taught wrong, pre-calculus is a tough course... taught right, it's not a bad course and it can even be an interesting experience. I'd love to help you with your pre-calculus course

SAT Math,
#### SAT Math

I've helped students with the core content of SAT II (Math) for a couple of decades at this point as both a classroom algebra II & precalculus teacher and as a professional tutor. While the test tests students. knowledge of the math that they learn in algebra II & precalculus, this test should NOT be approached the way you would in a classroom course. In addition to understanding the math concepts, it's important to always be mindful of working problems quickly and efficiently... you don't get extra points for solving them in the formal way... in fact you burn precious time. Unlike in the classroom, this is a test where you can and should use "tricks" and shortcuts when appropriate.
Having taught both classroom math and SAT-ACT test prep, I know and teach both the tips & "tricks" as well as the underlying math theory. I'd love to help you with your SAT Math II test prep!

English,
Prealgebra,
SAT Reading,
Statistics
Algebra 1,
#### Algebra 1

Success in Algebra-1 is the key to a student’s success in every math and science course they’ll take in high school. It’s the course that moves you from elementary school arithmetic to the powerful math that every math and science course you’re going to take will draw upon. Build a strong algebra foundation and you will be able to use that knowledge in all your future classes.
If you’re having trouble in Algebra-1, there are two likely problem areas…. 1) the math using fractions, multiplication, square roots, etc is so hard or so confusing that you simply can’t do the calculations your teacher needs you to do, or 2) your teacher’s lectures don’t make any sense and you end up trying to memorize rule after confusing rule. And when you have no idea how to succeed, it makes total sense to give up and work on another course that does make sense… if you’re going to be stuck with a bad math grade, it makes sense to get an “A” in another course to balance it out. The only problem is, you still have a bad grade and your math is going to get increasingly impossible to do.
Since I have succeeded in helping young math students finally be able to do fractions, square roots, negative numbers, etc, I know how to help you finally learn the math skills that have given you so much grief. And once you know how to do the basic math, you can work on learning the algebra your teacher is teaching.
The other way that I help students succeed in learning Algebra-1 is I teach the course differently than your teacher does… rather than lecturing and teaching you complicated rules on how to move numbers and letters around the page, I work with you like a math coach where I show you how to do the skills you need. I often do this by using pictures and memorable techniques that make the Algebra make sense and easier to remember.
The best thing that I do is I help you to feel successful from our first meeting, and once you start feeling successful, it’s easier to start completing your homework and doing better on your quizzes and tests. In th

Algebra 2,
#### Algebra 2

Before I decided to work as a full-time tutor, I taught HS algebra-2 nearly every semester because I was that good. But, because I had low seniority, I was given the students other teachers didn’t want to teach... students who didn’t naturally “get math”... students who were tougher to teach because they struggled. I learned from my students that their problems stemmed from poor teaching/bad situations before that had caused gaps in their learning and I learned how to fix those problems while I taught them algebra 2 at the same time. I not only know how to teach graphing and how functions and polynomials work, but I make new concepts like composite and inverse functions, exponentials-logarithms, matrix math, sequences and series make sense. And when the math you’re studying makes sense, it becomes easier to learn, easier to *remember*, and sets you up for success in your pre-calculus, and calculus courses.

Calculus,
#### Calculus

I've taught single variable & multivariable calculus both as a classroom teacher and as a tutor since 2004 (I still hold current Calif HS teaching credentials in math).

Differential Equations,
#### Differential Equations

I successfully completed my own differential equations course about five years ago. Since then, I was able to help a young man who was freaking out about how terribly hard his differential equations course was. At the beginning of the course, he told me he'd be grateful if he could eke out a "low-B." Thanks to my help, he scored "A"s on the first 3 out of his four midterms and got a “B” on his last exam when the prof shifted into "overdrive" to “make up time” at the end of the course. Needless to say, that last exam was a disaster for all the class.
While “Diffy-Q’s” subject matter is tough enough on its own, the course will also uncover any weakness you might have in your basic calculus and algebra skills as well. My talents as a tutor allow me to not only help you with the course at hand, but I can also help you tighten up your algebra and calculus skills if that’s necessary.

Geometry,
#### Geometry

As a classroom teacher, I taught many years of geometry. So, as I tutor, I really know what your geometry teacher is looking for. I help you understand how the names used in geometry can give you clues about what is being talk about (e.g., in Latin, *transverse* literally means 'to lie across' and so that's why the line that lies across parallel lines is called a transverse). I'm also really good at teaching the dreaded *two-column proof* and if you have an old-school teacher who is still teaching constructions, I know how to teach constructions, too.

Physics,
#### Physics

I started my teaching career by teaching mechanics as a US Air Force Academy instructor. Following my Air Force career, I earned a Calif HS physics teaching credential (which I still hold along with credentials in math & chemistry). I also studied how to teach physics at a program taught by Arizona State: the program, "Modeling Physics" is the only program judged "exemplary" by the Department of Education.
I've taught &/or tutored physics since 1997.

Precalculus,
#### Precalculus

I draw on over a decade's experience as a HS pre-calculus teacher to help students in their pre-calculus course. Pre-calculus is probably the most challenging HS math course due to how much material is presented and how quickly the course goes. It is easily the most abstract course students have taken to that point.
There are two major focus of the course... functions and trigonometry. Calculus uses the concept of the function a lot and students need to know how to recognize and manipulate functions. If a student has weak algebra and arithmetic skills, this part of the course will uncover those weakness. Because I know the typical problems and am terrific at teaching algebra and basic math skills, I know how to fix any problems that arise quickly.
Trigonometry uses new functions (sine, cosine, tangent) that require students to memorize nearly 100 new math facts associated with the dreaded "Unit Circle" (e.g., sin(30°) = ½). I teach an approach that reduces the number of facts needed to be memorized by 60-70% and helps students recall the facts they need fast. Another problem students face is teachers will expect students to measure angles in radians instead of degrees and many students find radians mysterious and scary. I teach the concept of the radian in 5-10 min and completely eliminate all the scariness.
Taught wrong, pre-calculus is a tough course... taught right, it's not a bad course and it can even be an interesting experience. I'd love to help you with your pre-calculus course

SAT Math,
#### SAT Math

I've helped students with the core content of SAT II (Math) for a couple of decades at this point as both a classroom algebra II & precalculus teacher and as a professional tutor. While the test tests students. knowledge of the math that they learn in algebra II & precalculus, this test should NOT be approached the way you would in a classroom course. In addition to understanding the math concepts, it's important to always be mindful of working problems quickly and efficiently... you don't get extra points for solving them in the formal way... in fact you burn precious time. Unlike in the classroom, this is a test where you can and should use "tricks" and shortcuts when appropriate.
Having taught both classroom math and SAT-ACT test prep, I know and teach both the tips & "tricks" as well as the underlying math theory. I'd love to help you with your SAT Math II test prep!

Trigonometry,
#### Trigonometry

Up to this point, most students main interaction with triangles has been using the Pythagorean Theorem (a^2 + b^2 = c^2) on right triangles and calculating areas (A = 1/2*b*h).
The word "trigonometry" literally means "the measurement of triangles" and extends the study of triangles to focus on finding the lengths of missing sides of triangles or the size of the angles of triangles. Curiously, trigonometry also teaches how triangles and circles are closely related through the sine and cosine functions. Trigonometry is used extensively in calculus, physics and engineering and is even used in other course like chemistry and economics.
Trig uses new functions (sine, cosine, tangent) that require students to memorize nearly 100 new math facts associated with the dreaded "Unit Circle" (e.g., sin(30°) = ½). I teach an approach that reduces the number of facts needed to be memorized by 60-70% and helps students recall the facts they need fast. And, the way I teach the basic trig facts makes the inverse functions (e.g., arcsine / sin^(-1)) MUCH easier to calculate WITHOUT a calculator.
Another problem students face is teachers will expect students to measure angles in radians instead of degrees and many students find radians mysterious and scary. I teach the concept of the radian in 5-10 min and completely eliminate all the scariness.
Graphing trig functions often gives students fits. I have unique ways of teaching graphing that make that task much easier as well.
Taught wrong, trigonometry is a tough, confusing course... taught right, it's not a bad course and it can even be an interesting experience. I'd love to help you with your trigonometry course

ACT Math,
Prealgebra,
Probability,
Statistics
Algebra 1,
#### Algebra 1

Success in Algebra-1 is the key to a student’s success in every math and science course they’ll take in high school. It’s the course that moves you from elementary school arithmetic to the powerful math that every math and science course you’re going to take will draw upon. Build a strong algebra foundation and you will be able to use that knowledge in all your future classes.
If you’re having trouble in Algebra-1, there are two likely problem areas…. 1) the math using fractions, multiplication, square roots, etc is so hard or so confusing that you simply can’t do the calculations your teacher needs you to do, or 2) your teacher’s lectures don’t make any sense and you end up trying to memorize rule after confusing rule. And when you have no idea how to succeed, it makes total sense to give up and work on another course that does make sense… if you’re going to be stuck with a bad math grade, it makes sense to get an “A” in another course to balance it out. The only problem is, you still have a bad grade and your math is going to get increasingly impossible to do.
Since I have succeeded in helping young math students finally be able to do fractions, square roots, negative numbers, etc, I know how to help you finally learn the math skills that have given you so much grief. And once you know how to do the basic math, you can work on learning the algebra your teacher is teaching.
The other way that I help students succeed in learning Algebra-1 is I teach the course differently than your teacher does… rather than lecturing and teaching you complicated rules on how to move numbers and letters around the page, I work with you like a math coach where I show you how to do the skills you need. I often do this by using pictures and memorable techniques that make the Algebra make sense and easier to remember.
The best thing that I do is I help you to feel successful from our first meeting, and once you start feeling successful, it’s easier to start completing your homework and doing better on your quizzes and tests. In th

Algebra 2,
#### Algebra 2

Before I decided to work as a full-time tutor, I taught HS algebra-2 nearly every semester because I was that good. But, because I had low seniority, I was given the students other teachers didn’t want to teach... students who didn’t naturally “get math”... students who were tougher to teach because they struggled. I learned from my students that their problems stemmed from poor teaching/bad situations before that had caused gaps in their learning and I learned how to fix those problems while I taught them algebra 2 at the same time. I not only know how to teach graphing and how functions and polynomials work, but I make new concepts like composite and inverse functions, exponentials-logarithms, matrix math, sequences and series make sense. And when the math you’re studying makes sense, it becomes easier to learn, easier to *remember*, and sets you up for success in your pre-calculus, and calculus courses.

Calculus,
#### Calculus

I've taught single variable & multivariable calculus both as a classroom teacher and as a tutor since 2004 (I still hold current Calif HS teaching credentials in math).

Chemistry,
#### Chemistry

I've either studied, used, or taught chemistry for over four decades. I taught in high school for over a decade and still hold valid teaching credentials in chemistry as well as math & physics.

Geometry,
#### Geometry

As a classroom teacher, I taught many years of geometry. So, as I tutor, I really know what your geometry teacher is looking for. I help you understand how the names used in geometry can give you clues about what is being talk about (e.g., in Latin, *transverse* literally means 'to lie across' and so that's why the line that lies across parallel lines is called a transverse). I'm also really good at teaching the dreaded *two-column proof* and if you have an old-school teacher who is still teaching constructions, I know how to teach constructions, too.

Physics,
#### Physics

I started my teaching career by teaching mechanics as a US Air Force Academy instructor. Following my Air Force career, I earned a Calif HS physics teaching credential (which I still hold along with credentials in math & chemistry). I also studied how to teach physics at a program taught by Arizona State: the program, "Modeling Physics" is the only program judged "exemplary" by the Department of Education.
I've taught &/or tutored physics since 1997.

Precalculus,
#### Precalculus

I draw on over a decade's experience as a HS pre-calculus teacher to help students in their pre-calculus course. Pre-calculus is probably the most challenging HS math course due to how much material is presented and how quickly the course goes. It is easily the most abstract course students have taken to that point.
There are two major focus of the course... functions and trigonometry. Calculus uses the concept of the function a lot and students need to know how to recognize and manipulate functions. If a student has weak algebra and arithmetic skills, this part of the course will uncover those weakness. Because I know the typical problems and am terrific at teaching algebra and basic math skills, I know how to fix any problems that arise quickly.
Trigonometry uses new functions (sine, cosine, tangent) that require students to memorize nearly 100 new math facts associated with the dreaded "Unit Circle" (e.g., sin(30°) = ½). I teach an approach that reduces the number of facts needed to be memorized by 60-70% and helps students recall the facts they need fast. Another problem students face is teachers will expect students to measure angles in radians instead of degrees and many students find radians mysterious and scary. I teach the concept of the radian in 5-10 min and completely eliminate all the scariness.
Taught wrong, pre-calculus is a tough course... taught right, it's not a bad course and it can even be an interesting experience. I'd love to help you with your pre-calculus course

English,
Prealgebra,
Statistics
Chemistry,
#### Chemistry

I've either studied, used, or taught chemistry for over four decades. I taught in high school for over a decade and still hold valid teaching credentials in chemistry as well as math & physics.

SAT Math,
#### SAT Math

I've helped students with the core content of SAT II (Math) for a couple of decades at this point as both a classroom algebra II & precalculus teacher and as a professional tutor. While the test tests students. knowledge of the math that they learn in algebra II & precalculus, this test should NOT be approached the way you would in a classroom course. In addition to understanding the math concepts, it's important to always be mindful of working problems quickly and efficiently... you don't get extra points for solving them in the formal way... in fact you burn precious time. Unlike in the classroom, this is a test where you can and should use "tricks" and shortcuts when appropriate.
Having taught both classroom math and SAT-ACT test prep, I know and teach both the tips & "tricks" as well as the underlying math theory. I'd love to help you with your SAT Math II test prep!

GED,
Statistics
AFOQT,
#### AFOQT

I'm a retired AF major and did well enough on my Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT) to be awarded a full, four-year scholarship to Georgia Tech. Additionally, being an engineer, and a math and science educator I'm well equipped to help you prepare for those aspects of the test. Unlike most other aptitude tests like the SAT, ACT, etc., there are two spatial reasoning components in the AFOQT... I understand how these questions "work" and how to analyze them to find the correct answer.
Grammar and vocabulary also parts of the test. I speak and write well, and have a plethora of synonyms and antonyms at my finger tips when I need just the right word... like "plethora" which means an "overflowing or super abundance". I also understand the subtleties of English usage. For example, it drives me up the wall when airline attendants tell me to remain seated for the *duration* of a flight after I've already gotten up to go the bathroom... Once I've gotten out of my seat even once on a flight, it's impossible for me to stay seated for the duration of the flight: the phrase they really want is "for the *remainder* of the flight" as *duration* means the entirety of the flight.
Finally, there's a component that tests you on aviation concepts and terminology... having been in the Air Force for twenty years including a stint teaching at the Air Force Academy, I've learned a fair bit about aviation even though the only airplanes I've flown were ones where I was seated in the passenger cabin.
Bottom line: the AFOQT is a not your run-of-the-mill aptitude test, and I have the skills, experience and teaching ability to help you prepare for your AFOQT.

ASVAB,
#### ASVAB

I had to take a similar military entrance exam, the AFOQT (Air Force Officer Qualifying Test) and did well enough to qualify for a 4-year college scholarship.
I helped a young man raise his ASVAB math score from a 29 to a 40 over the course of three weeks. Before, his score was so low the Navy wouldn't accept him: with his higher score, he was able to apply for his preferred job category.

CBEST,
#### CBEST

My first accomplishment towards my California teaching credential back in 1997 was passing my CBEST (California Basic Educational Skills Test). At that point, I'd taken so many standardized tests and was so comfortable with the sample questions they provided that I went into my test with the goal of not just passing the CBEST, but *acing* it. Having taken and aced the CBEST on my first try, I'm certain that I can help others prepare for their CBEST.

John has provided examples of their subject expertise by answering **21 questions** submitted by students on Wyzant’s Ask an Expert.

## Patient and Delightful AFOQT Tutor

This instructor is well equipped to get you to pass the math requirements for the AFOQT. I had a few math lesson with John and then retook my AFOQT. I was able to pass. He is very patient and is an absolute delight to have as tutor. As I only needed help with math this is the only topic I can speak on. However, if he is even half as good at any other subject you’ll be in great hands.

Daniel, 5 lessons with John

## My daughter was willing to book a 2nd lesson

My 10th grade daughter was willing to book a 2nd lesson with him, and seeing that she has extremely high anxiety, that was a big plus for me. Looking forward to it.

Amy, 2 lessons with John

## Knowledgeable and patient tutor.

John has a great way of going about his teaching methods. It is so important to him that he teaches the student and makes sure they comprehend the concepts. I would highly recommend him.

Dana, 7 lessons with John

## Amazing at explaining and helpful

John makes sure that his clients understand the material! He also is very patient and gives helpful tools you can use!

David, 4 lessons with John

## AFOQT

John helped me out a lot for the Math portions of the AFOQT. He did a great job of breaking the problems down so that they are really easy to figure out. In fact, he showed me ways on how to simplify problems that I had never thought of. He is patient and willing to help with anything you need help on.

Steven, 2 lessons with John

## AGOQT

So far we refreshed on word problems and he provided great insight on how to break them down in a matter of time. He was very patient during our one on one session. I can't wait for our next session.

Lorenza, 2 lessons with John

## Fantastic AFOQT Tutor

John is a superb tutor, providing multiple angles of approach to solve time-constrained mathematics questions. He is available when needed, and patient with learning abilities. He is skilled at teaching math concepts that stick and work when the test comes and you must recall methods to expeditiously solve factorials divided by factorials for example. As a retired USAF Officer, and AF Academy teacher, he is well suited to teach math, and why it is used as a measure of predictability for commissioning in the USAF. Every lesson is thorough, and I recommend meeting at least twice a week with John, once in the mid-point and once on the weekend, so your brain has time to learn, absorb, and apply each new technique.

JONATHAN, 14 lessons with John

## excellent tutor

John has helped me refresh my math skills for an upcoming exam. Over the years I have lost some of my math and with the help of John, I have been able to math head on!

isidro, 8 lessons with John

## Great teacher!

John is an excellent tutor with a firm grasp on how to reach each student! My son’s comprehension of the materials has sky rocketed.

James, 21 lessons with John