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Haddonfield, NJ

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I will teach you math concepts so that you will be able to handle Elementary Math with no problem. Common Core Math math hard to understand? I can help with that. I have a college degree: Bachelors in Science. I have a good following for math subjects, and I can help you.

About Larry
Are you looking for a great tutor? I'm the one you've been looking for.

I've had 3 years of tutoring experience in the following subjects:

* Computers (Java, general topics, C++, C, HTML, application programming, and others)
* Math (from elementary math to algebra)
* Piano (from basic to more advanced)
* Guitar (from theory to more advanced)

I've had favorable reviews from my former clients, and I'll have competitive low rates as well. What are you waiting for?
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Larry is great!
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Larry is so wonderful; patient and reassuring.
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Larry P.

Larry P.

Haddonfield, NJ 08033
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Philadelphia, PA
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I have a doctoral degree and 30 years of teaching experience in mathematics at public and private colleges. I have also done much one-on-one tutoring and curriculum planning. I am now retired.

I can help you learn arithmetic, algebra, finite math, trigonometry, or any other area of mathematics from primary or secondary school, or beginning college math. I have heard my students say things like "This is the first time I ever understood math!"

First of all, you have to believe that you are capable of doing mathematics. You may have heard well-meaning friends or parents say "You don't have a math brain" or "You are not a math person". These are counterproductive thoughts. In fact, anyone can learn mathematics. If you adopt a positive attitude and make good use of your study time, you can make great strides!

About Howard
I have a doctoral degree and 30 years of teaching experience in mathematics at public and private colleges. I have also done much one-on-one tutoring and curriculum planning. I am now retired.

I can help you learn arithmetic, algebra, finite math, trigonometry, or any other area of mathematics from primary or secondary school, or beginning college math. I have heard my students say things like "This is the first time I ever understood math!"

First of all, you have to believe that you are capable of doing mathematics. You may have heard well-meaning friends or parents say "You don't have a math brain" or "You are not a math person". These are counterproductive thoughts. In fact, anyone can learn mathematics. If you adopt a positive attitude and make good use of your study time, you can make great strides!
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Howard W.

Howard W.

Philadelphia, PA 19119
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About Gaurav V.

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Philadelphia, PA
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Math from Algebra all they way to Calculus forms the basis for work needed in Mechanical Engineering. In addition, many problems in Computer Science require a good understanding of basic algebra and logic concepts.

I would try to teach this subject in a manner the way I was originally taught. Start with the fundamental reason why the subject is needed for the problem you are trying to solve, and then build on top of from there by proceeding to learn the steps.

About Gaurav
As a graduate of the Carnegie Mellon Mechanical Engineering program, I had the opportunity to provide guidance to students in multiple ways. I helped incoming freshman in the Introduction to Mechanical Engineering classes as a Teaching Assistant and also as a grader. I made sure to provide clear feedback on all homework assignments to ensure that students were steered the right direction.

As a teaching assistant, I would assist the professor in proctoring exams so I have a lot of experience interacting with students and being able to adapt to different situations.

Before college, I spent two years tutoring at Kumon Learning Center in high school where I would teach younger elementary school children Math and Reading. As I go forward, I'd like to continue to share the knowledge I have and help people learn.

I also have previous
experience tutoring online and have multiple students learn the fundamentals of the subject they wanted to understand. I look forward to working with you!
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Gaurav V.

Gaurav V.

Philadelphia, PA 19102
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I've tutored for over 3 years now and I love when I can see a concept click with a student. I will explain concepts multiple ways and bring in real world examples so that my students can understand even the hardest of ideas or problems. I keep the conversations light and fun as well so math becomes a little more interesting and enjoyable, and I have a positive attitude that rubs off on students.

About Sydney
Hi I'm Sydney and I'm just starting college! I've been tutoring for over 3 years now and I love how it allows me to help others in a very impactful way. My favorite part about tutoring is connecting with all different kinds of students and getting them to reach their goals, and even enjoy themselves while they do. I make lessons engaging and fun, as well as efficient and educational. Math is my strong suit academically, but aside from that I love playing soccer and staying active. I also really enjoy cooking and baking sweet treats. I hope you decide to take a chance on me and learn a few (or more!) things on our journey together!
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Sydney M.

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I graduated as a math major from Princeton and I've been teaching math as teaching assistant in the Princeton University math department for three years. I am able to teach up to and including high school math (AP, SAT, SAT II, ACT, and so on). I am able to explain concepts in an intuitive, easy-to-grasp way, but I'll also encourage you to go into the detail to ensure deep understanding. Math is really just problem-solving, and I can help you find it enjoyable!

About Gloria
I graduated from Princeton University in June 2018. I majored in math with minors in piano performance and computer science, and I am now pursuing conducting as a career path. I've been playing piano for 13 years. At Princeton, I was enrolled in the Certificate Program for Piano Performance, which is reserved for the top 2-4 pianists in each year. At the end of my time at Princeton, I played a 60 minute senior recital comprising works by Prokofiev, Debussy, and Frank Bridge.

Also at Princeton, I was Music Director and President of the Princeton Pianists Ensemble, which brings together advanced pianists at Princeton to play multi-piano music. During my administrative role, I organised 20 hours of rehearsal per week for each of 5 sold-out concerts for audiences of 300-800 people.

As a conductor, I have conducted the Princeton Univer
sity Glee Club and the chamber choir Contrapunctus XIV. I have also conducted the premiere of five new works and one US premiere.

I have been teaching and tutoring for over three years, in various subjects as math, physics, piano, music theory, and SAT prep, including working as a Teaching Assistant for the Princeton University math department for three years. I have taught music at all levels of experience.

I believe that a well-rounded musical education (theory, history, performance, composition) enhances one's experience of music in all areas. I absolutely love classical music and I am keen to spread this passion as much as I can.
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Gloria was very thorough and is helping my daughter get up to speed in Math for the SAT.
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Philadelphia, PA

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Algebra I/II, Geometry/Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, AP Calculus B/C

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Let me help you succeed.

I'm an instructor with 8 years of experience teaching mathematics courses of varying difficulty - from middle school Algebra to the GRE. I am talented in identifying the needs of each student and developing a customized lesson plan that can maximize the student's learning.

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I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, and I am currently working towards my Master of Science degree studying Data Analytics and Machine Learning. My most recent work experiences include working as a Design Engineer at a renowned Aerospace company and as a Research Engineer at a well-known children's hospital.

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GRE Quantitative Reasoning (Math)
ACT Math, ACT Science
AP Calculus, AP Physics
SAT/SAT II Math
Algebra, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus
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Jae L.

Jae L.

Philadelphia, PA 19130
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With 7 years of experience as a certified K-6 teacher, I am dedicated and committed to optimizing student success, academically and socially, in one-to-one settings. Targeting your child’s learning style, I can support his/her development in any foundational math concept or skill using creative, realistic, and interest-based teaching methods.

Resume, references, and student testimonials are available upon request.

About Yoonnie
As a certified Pennsylvanian K-6 teacher, I am dedicated and committed to optimizing student success, academically and socially, in one-to-one settings. Hailing from The Sunshine State, I have obtained both a Bachelor's and Master's degree of Education from The University of Florida. Within two months of completing my Master’s internship in 2011, I was hired as a full-time 4th grade reading and math intervention teacher. Following that, I moved to New York City and became a homeroom teacher to a class of 4th grade English Language Learners and three classes of higher-ability 5th graders in a high-needs public school in the Bronx. With a desire to expand my reach to an even more diverse population, I moved to Abu Dhabi and taught students from 15 different nationalities at an international English-medium private school for these past 2 yea
rs. As a result, I possess a wealth of knowledge and experience in teaching and mentoring children from a variety of cultural and SES backgrounds, including ESOL, underprivileged, urban, and suburban.

As I strive to ensure that all students receive an excellent education, I believe that my skills would not only be able to meet your child’s needs, but also cultivate a happy, lifelong learner. My strength lies in connecting with students and using that to motivate and challenge them with personalized, interest-based and innovative teaching methods. I also have a proven track record of helping students reach and exceed expected growth on standardized tests. One of my favorite things about teaching is getting to the “lightbulb” moment where the concept clicks with the student and he/she is able to understand something that was confusing just a moment ago. I would love the opportunity to support your child in improving his/her confidence, social skills, foundational reading, comprehension, vocabulary development, writing, and other English language skills, along with developing his/her aptitude in math, science, and social studies.

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Yoonnie T.

Philadelphia, PA 19103
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