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I have 3 girls in High school (10th, 10th, and 9th) . they had been struggling in math si
I found Colin, and what a blessing! In just THREE short weeks Colin had my girls understanding HIS lessons, their CLASSROOM lessons and PASSING their exams! They brought their grades up too!
The best thing I can compare his tutoring to is: an adult teaching a kid to ride a bike...
He didn't expect them to just ride a bike. he took the proper steps and taught my girls about the bike parts, the way the bike functions, how they all work together, how to properly sit and pedal, and he even held them up until they understood it completely and eventually were able to ride the bike on their own.
Thank you Colin! for putting my girls back on track with math!"
Very expressive and vibrant person. Interactive teaching methods were used. Able to articulate well."
I can't thank Julia enough for the help and guidance she provided for Brian. He was struggling until grade 7 or 8, but after getting additional help from Julia he was able to cruise later on his own.
I would highly recommended her if anybody is considering tutor for they child."
Thank you so much for your passion in teaching. My daughter is a big fan of Math now! Have a nice day, Catherine"
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