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(80) Private Test Preparation Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Broomfield

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Alf

ALF - GED and/or High School Math Tutor

Hey there. My name is Alf, and I'm a math tutor. I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics at Pomona College in the 1990s, but then turned my attention to non-mathematical pursuits. In the years since then, I have done tutoring in math off and on. I've done the most tutoring with adult GED students in math, science, and other subjects; this would probably be my best fit. However, I'm also comfortable working with high school students in math classes up until around the Calculus I ... Read more


Beth

Dr. Dubs, Spanish Teacher

I have been teaching Spanish Language and Literature for 32 years. Of these, about 14 years have been at the high dchool level. I have taught all levels of Spanish at the High School level, including Spanish I, II, III, IV, V, AP Spanish Language and AP Spanish Literature. I have also designed several courses for my school. One of these is a class for the native speaker of Spanish. Another is an advanced conversation class for students who want to continue in Spanish but not necessarily study... Read more


Judith

Study, Research and Writing Skills Tutor

Ms. T. is a part time instructor for the Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering’s Technical Management, Engineering Management and Space Systems Engineering. She also has developed online and blended classroom courses for the program and lectures in Information Research and Advanced Technology. Ms. T. was a Principal Staff member at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory working in information management, policy and communication. She received her Bachelor’s i... Read more


Jennifer

French Tutor with Classroom Teaching Experience

Hi! I'm Jenn, and I want to be your tutor! I graduated in May of 2013 from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, OR with BA degrees in French Studies and Studio Art. As an undergrad, I studied for six months in Strasbourg, France, where I lived in a home-stay, not only sharpening my language skills but absorbing the culture as well. Upon completing my studies at Lewis and Clark, I moved to France, where I worked as a teachers' assistant in elementary schools. Because of this experience, n... Read more


Ali

Teaching Comprehension Not Memorization

Throughout my seven years of tutoring various subjects, I noticed a common theme. Many students are taught to memorize or given answers to problems and they miss out on the true foundation of the subject they are studying. My main goal as a tutor is to ensure that the students understand. I have a lot of experience working with students from elementary school to college. I have developed a teaching philosophy and technique that allows me to reach students so I can understand exactly what th... Read more


Arax

Help with your test prep and more

I graduated cum laude with a Journalism degree, and a Spanish minor. Thereafter, I attended law school in Kansas City, graduating magna cum laude. I have passed three state bar exams and served clerkships (essentially, working as a research attorney for judges) with the appellate courts in both Missouri and Colorado. As a law school graduate, I know the importance of exam preparation. A strategic approach will benefit your scores; I'll offer practical tips as well as critique your current stu... Read more


Drew

I Proofread and Enhance Graduate and Undergraduate Application Essays

Comprehending first-year Algebra is absolutely essential for any student wishing to graduate high school, let alone a university. A solid foundation in Algebra I will be demanded during any future pure math course, such as Algebra II, geometry, precalculus, and calculus, as well as any math-related course, such as chemistry, physics, and engineering. Therefore, every student with a goal of academic success must be certain to learn all topics in Algebra I extremely well. Read more


Aaron

Science and Math Tutor

I started to tutor when I was in high school. I tutored through college and graduate school. I was also a TA at CU Boulder and a tutor for student athletes. Over the years of experiences, I figured that tutoring is mostly exam-oriented. Students and parents typically want to know how to raise the kids' grades, and I am happy to help. Because I myself have a PhD and taught college students before, I know what to expect after high school diploma. If you need career consulting, I can help too. ... Read more


Austin

RIT Mechanical Engineering student tutoring

I am a 4th year mechanical engineering student at Rochester Institute of Technology and am interning in the Boulder area for the summer. I enjoy tutoring STEM subjects and have been involved in tutoring students from RIT. It is extremely rewarding to be able to share my passion for learning and engineering. I am excited to be in Boulder and I plan on getting my PhD here in Colorado. As I am on an internship this summer, I am looking for afternoon or weekend tutoring to work with both our sch... Read more


Ben

Biochemistry PhD for Science Tutoring

I have had a successful career in the academic science field, studying, researching, and tutoring in chemistry, biochemistry, organic chemistry, and molecular biology. As I have now left the academic research world, I find myself greatly missing the interaction with students as I trained them in the field. Taking students under my training was one of my favorite parts of working in an academic setting and I am a strong proponent of science education and outreach. I am looking forward to recon... Read more


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