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Marietta, GA

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I am a very smart person, who is passionate about math and music. I graduated from Georgia Tech with a civil engineering degree and have taught as a math teacher. I would love to do lessons with you. Thank you.
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Kristine C. August 30, 2015
· Math · In home
Julian is a good teacher. He has helped my daughter in math. She is doing well in class thanks to her tutor.
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Kathy Y. June 23, 2014
· ACT Math · In home
Great teacher! Able to relate to teens!
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Julian T.

Julian T.

Marietta, GA 30068
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$25 / 30-min

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Atlanta, GA
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Hi, there! My name is Keisha S. and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching private lessons since 2008 and have loved helping my students learn pre-algebra, Algebra, and history (American, European, and World History). I went to Spelman College and Georgia State University College of Law and earned my law degree in 1999. I'm a patient, energetic, and fun-loving person and my teaching style is to break down complex problems into small pieces and teach you each step, and then help you put it all together. I look forward to helping you reach your goals!
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Keisha S.

Keisha S.

Atlanta, GA 30344
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$45 / 30-min

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Marietta, GA

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I have just graduated college with a degree in Physics Education. I plan to take the GACE in June to get certified to teach Physics and I hope to eventually add a certification in Mathematics. I love Math. In August, I started my student teaching in Cobb County Public schools and worked both in a high school and a middle school. My main experience with elementary-aged children comes from being a counselor and head counselor at my church kids' camp. I have also tutored in math and physics at the college level. My tutoring style is not one where I create a whole new curriculum for a student. I b
elieve a tutor's job is to lend assistance and help students gain practice and understanding in a subject. In order for this to happen, students must be able to tell me what they have been studying in their class. In this way, tutoring is so beneficial, since I can personally address the needs of students.
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Kel May 5, 2017
· Physics · In home
Wonderful instructor. Hannah helped me better understand college level physics, both in concept and practice. After working with her for a few sessions my understanding greatly improved as did my grades. She's excellent at breaking down the math equations and variables in a way that is easy and understandable. Couldn't recommend a better Physics tutor. :)
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Hannah H.

Hannah H.

Marietta, GA 30008
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$20 / 30-min

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Douglasville, GA
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I am a Private Kindergarten Teacher, I have also served as a 1st grade teacher in the Douglas County School System, I am a GA Certified teacher specializing in K -5 students.
I graduated with my Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Education in 2010.
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Anna E.

Anna E.

Douglasville, GA 30134
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$15 / 30-min

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Atlanta, GA
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My name is Luke Benjamin Jackson, I am a experienced musician practicing mainly classical romantic and Baroque styles. My most practice instruments are the clarinet, the bassoon, the oboe, the tenor saxophone, the cello. I am a highly experienced an educated music theory teacher I've been tutoring high school and middle school students since 2014. And it is my personal believe that music helps relieve stress and drives inspiration and two other parts of life, I think everyone should learn to play at least one musical instrument in their lifetime. I've been tutoring academia since 2013 I am in
the top 5% of my class at my current School and I would like to help everyone with their academic troubles.
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Luke J.

Luke J.

Atlanta, GA 30311
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