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(12) Private Test Preparation Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Andover

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Caleb

Seasoned Algebra and English Tutor

Hi, I'm Caleb! I graduated cum laude with a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Washburn University. Before that, I graduated from Summa Cum Laude from Cowley Community College with my Associates degree. Additionally, I recently obtained my MBA in Finance with a 4.0 GPA. During college, I found that my learning was equal to the amount of time the professor invested in me. If they spent individual time with me as needed, my learning (and therefore my grades) improved. I apply this experience t... Read more


Tanner

Skilled in maths, sciences, sports, music, and over all well rounded.

Hello, My name is Tanner. I graduated a year ago from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor's degree in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering. I thoroughly enjoy the art of teaching. I am and will be a lifelong learner. I seek for things that I don't know so that I can teach myself something new. This characteristic overflows into my teaching others. I have three younger siblings whom I have had the privilege of helping teach through their academic career. I not only love when the student... Read more


Kate

Effective motivator who is ready to help!

I have been teaching a variety of levels since receiving my undergraduate degree in 2000. Since, I have continued my own education earning master's degrees in education and interdisciplinary studies in 2003 and 2011. I have taught 6th-10th grade English classes for 8 years. While teaching full time, I also taught college courses in English, communications, humanities, and study skills for 12 years. I was an instructional facilitator (coach for teachers) one year, and I helped start a college-... Read more


Mickey

Motivating and effective tutor: ESL, Spanish, German, Piano, Oboe+

I see it as my job to understand YOU, as a unique learner, and help open up your potential! With years of experience under my belt, both in the USA and abroad, I treat each student as an individual and tailor my lessons to the goals and learning style of the student. My students tell me they come away motivated to study and learn on their own, and say they have never had such rapid improvement as with me. My success speaks for itself: several of my students have gone from failing to getting A... Read more


Shannon

Shannon - English/Violin/Swimming Tutor

In college I earned a TESOL certificate and taught conversational English to Chinese freshmen in an intensive language program. I created lesson plans, gathered outside materials and resources, and supervised the volunteer tutors who assisted me in the class. I also had a part-time job as an English writing tutor, helping all freshmen with their compositions for basic ENG 101 courses. In 2012 I was a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant, although the title is misleading. I was not an assist... Read more


Shauntel

Figuring out how you learn will help you learn.

I have tutored for several years now from elementary-age to college students. My more formal positions were as a math tutor up to Calculus II at Wichita State and a lunch tutor (in all subjects) at Robinson Middle School. My job as a tutor is to not only teach you what you need to know, but to help you develop the skills to effectively learn and study on your own. At least once in your life (probably a majority of the time in my experience), you'll experience a teacher that has a teaching... Read more


Steven

Algebra is easy; everything is easy once you understand it.

"But that's easy!" is the response I hope for and often get when I teach. I have been a licensed secondary (grades 6-12) teacher for over ten years. My first career was as a military officer. For some reason, when I retired, my wife of many years informed me that sitting around the house was not an option. Our daughters were in middle and high school at the time. Their dinner table stories about school were, at times, a bit scary. I had all the qualifications to be a long-term substitute... Read more


Franklin

Tutor with a Master's and experience overseas

I am a tutor who likes to make my lessons informative but also likes to make it interesting. Sometimes comical but very straightforward. I have experience teaching overseas, in public schools as well as private schools. I have been a newspaper reporter, photographer, copy editor, page editor, and tutor before. Now I am a school bus monitor for special needs children. When I was a teacher, I taught special needs children English.... Read more


David

David - Math & English Focus

Hello, just call me “Mr. Mac.” Because of my varied background in engineering mathematics (College Algebra, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus), university physics and chemistry, and a BA in English and Journalism in Education, I have enjoyed teaching and tutoring in related subject areas for both high school and college students. •My best success in teaching and tutoring, particularly in mathematics, is to develop patterns from within the immediate topic, to go over text book exampl... Read more


Arthur

President of Westminster Swim Club

I love what I do. I swim on my own as well as with the U.S.A. swim team. I have just graduated from Westminster with a major in chemistry, and am now working with the National Geographic educational program, Animal Jam. I am a beekeeper, and my principle role at Animal Jam is to present on camera to produce educational videos about animals, primarily bees and other insects. I have been guided by the International Baccalaureate program, and have traveled to Mexico, Costa Rica, Columbia, Pan... Read more


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