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Richard - Making Learning Fun

Cost: $40 Per Hour Company: Wyzant

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I have been teaching and tutoring for over six years. My goal as a tutor is not only to be informative, but to make the process of learning for the student an enjoyable experience. My teaching methods include techniques used to relax the student, increase their concentration, and most importantly give them the confidence so they know that they can accomplish anything they put their mind to. All students learn at various rates (i.e. some are slow learners, some quick studies).

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Cost $40 Per Hour
Type of Tutoring In-Person, One-on-one
Languages Spoken English
Locations Your Office, Student's Home

Tutoring Subjects

Tests: ACT English, GED, GRE

Performing Art: Theatre

Languages: English

Elementary Topics: Elementary Math, Elementary Science, Spelling

Mathematics: Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Prealgebra

English Language Arts: ESL, Grammar, Literature, Reading, Vocabulary, Writing

History: American History

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Location
  1714 N. Damen Suite 3N, Chicago, IL 60647
Phone
  (877) 999-2681
Website
  www.wyzant.com

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Wyzant is the largest platform for independent tutors (over 60,000 tutors are listed on the site). Any tutor can list, and Wyzant doesn't provide their tutors with any training. This means that there is a wide range of quality among Wyzant tutors: we highly recommend that you read the testimonials and pay particular attention to the tutor's reviews. Wyzant also allows you to request a background check for their tutors at a very low cost: if you have any concerns we recommend that you request one.

Wyzant says

WyzAnt is the leading tutoring marketplace on the web with 72,000+ tutors offering private lessons in hundreds of subjects like math, science, test prep, foreign languages, music, computers and much more.

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