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Lisa N.

Atlanta, GA

About Lisa

Motto: We Can Succeed Together!!!

Began tutoring in the summer of 2009 with accounting students to help them understand the principles of debits and credits and journal entries. I have worked with
children as young as 5 years old with learning how to tell time, count money.

I have my BS and Masters in Accounting and have been working in Accounting since 2007. I have a number of resources that I use to explain various concepts and provide examples. Math is a strong subject for me as I walk students through ways of solving a problem. I will explain it how it is done in the book and give a different perspective on solving the same problem.

I like to use flash cards to help with memorization. I also try to provide as many real-life business examples to help explain journal entries. I also like to test/quiz my students to see of they really are understanding the concepts.

I am one to build confidence, reassurance, and positive feedback. I want to make sure that you fully understand the concept(s) before moving on.


Crystal October 5, 2016
Accounting · Online
Really nice, very helpful, provided a lot of assistance for my accounting class.
Eric Stewart May 20, 2015
QuickBooks · Online
Verified Student
Lisa was very helpful and knowledgeable. She answered all my questions and also provided supplemental information to further clarify what I needed to know.
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Lisa N.

Lisa N.

Atlanta, GA 30310
starting at
$20 / 60-min

Gary B.

Atlanta, GA

About Gary

I offer 15 years as an educator, scientist, and technologist. In 2008, I was recognized by AYA Educational Institute in Stone Mountain Georgia for going above and beyond the call of duty to help child
ren in their education. I am neither a pure academic, nor a pure pragmatist. Instead, my subject matter expertise comes from academic training, self-learning, and real world professional experience. My experience includes international teaching & tutoring in Bermuda, Trinidad, Kenya, Barbados, and Korea. I love to learn, and I love to teach.
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Gary B.

Gary B.

Atlanta, GA 30337
starting at
$25 / 30-min

Teresa L.

Atlanta, GA

About Teresa

Greetings! I’m Teri. If you are looking for a comprehensive tutor with an advanced education and a love for helping students grow academically, then I would love to help!

A snapshot of my backgrou

• Grew up in Atlanta
• Earned a master’s degree in Organizational Psychology from Walden University, where I graduated with a 3.7 GPA and was inducted into the Psi Chi Honor Society.
• Graduated from Georgia State University with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a 3.5 GPA.
• Tutored students of all ages, backgrounds and academic ability, and I always strive to make learning a fun experience.
• Have over 15 years experience writing for online and offline media platforms.

In addition to helping students improve their grades, I am also highly dedicated toward helping children (and adults) become successful learners and critical thinkers. My approach gives them the academic tools they will need during their elementary and middle school years in addition to helping them tackle the difficult high school and college curriculum they will face in the future. However, I never use a “one size fits all” approach. I always make sure that every child’s individual earning styles and abilities are addressed in order to foster a more personalized learning relationship.

As an avid reader, former writer and editor, I like to include the mechanics of good English in all the subjects I teach. Whether it’s biology, history, literature or language arts, using proper English on tests and papers is essential. In fact, we know that communication skills in general are important, and having that foundation early in life is an advantage in an otherwise competitive world. However, I am committed to creating an atmosphere that is stimulating and adaptive to the varied needs of students, so my aptitude is to remain flexible and adaptable toward each student’s needs.

Over the years, it’s been wonderful to witness my students learn and grow individually and within a classroom setting. Whether it’s a graduate student I’ve helped on a research paper or a first-grader I’ve worked with in math, it’s rewarding to know I’ve helped my tutees, even just marginally, establish the confidence and skills they’ll need to be successful in life.

I am excited about working with your student to help them discover their own path to learning, and teaching them the communication skills necessary to become successful adults in all aspects of their lives.
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Teresa L.

Teresa L.

Atlanta, GA 30309
starting at
$18 / 30-min

Prince S.

Austell, GA

About Prince

Prince have had experience teaching students who have successfully passed their GED, ACTand SAT Mathematics. For 2+ years, I worked with a Not-For-Profile organization called 'Reach 2 Empower' to tuto
r GED and SAT students on Mathematics. I'm currently a senior student at Kennesaw State University studying Computer Engineering Technology. While in school, I have successfully helped students pass their Pre-Algebra, College Algebra, Pre-calculus, and Statistics and Probability. As an engineering student, I have taken college algebra, pre-calculus, calculus 1, calculus 2 and other higher maths courses.

For students needing help with standard exams such as SAT, ACT, and GED Mathematics, I will give them a test the first session that we meet in order to help me determine which area of math to focus on for the student. I am very patient when it comes to teaching students.

I look forward to hearing from you and helping you achieve success in your studies.
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Prince S.

Prince S.

Austell, GA 30106
starting at
$15 / 30-min

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