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Mathematics & Writing Tutor
from 33 reviews
  • 48 hires on Thumbtack
Michael S.
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Dr. Stollar is a pleasure to work with and my niece is grasping concepts in her algebra that have been eluding her after one session. Phenomenal tutor.

Math Tutoring
from 20 reviews
  • 44 hires on Thumbtack
Katheleen B.
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Tutoring for 7th grade Algebra. -flexible schedule -on-time -good communication -works well with student

Moe Haidar, Ph.D.
from 11 reviews
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Catalina P.
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Moe is a life saver to say the least! My son had difficulties last minute in his algebra 2 class, was on the verge of not graduating, when I notified him of this he not only was willing to help he offered to meet immediately. My son was able to comprehend with one on one tutoring with moe who is not only patient but, very thorough and helped him step by step. My son wouldn't have been able to comprehend the way he has Thank you moe !

C. Lim
from 9 reviews
  • 6 hires on Thumbtack
Charles K.
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Christrne Lim is a god send to students failing algebra! She brought my grandson from failing algebra to obtaining a C+. She is very capable technically, but to has the personality to make the student teacher situation a positive situation. She is positive, and looks forward to her visits with the student. Knowledge and professionalism with understanding make her the best choice possible. We will have her this coming year to get my grandson off to a good start.

  • 24 hires on Thumbtack
Chris P.
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Abhijit has been outstanding. He is tutoring my 10th grade son in Honors Algebra 3-4. When we started my son was struggling with understanding the principles and had C's & D's on all of his Algebra tests this year. We saw immediate improvement after the first week. My son has scored A's on all tests since starting with Abhijit. He is always professional, patient and my son has a new found confidence about his math class.

Test Prep Academy
from 2 reviews
  • 14 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Patricia R.
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My son was having a hard time with understanding algebra 1 and we were also always arguing about homework - no peace in this situation. He also did NOT want a tutor. Within two weeks, he changed his attitude because the tutor was really getting him to understand algebra. The twice a week sessions got him through all the homework too, so my son got his video game privileges back! THAT made him happy!! Now going into geometry we are still keeping the same tutor and schedule. Our tutor also helps with prepping for tests, keeping our son's backpack organized and structure for writing his English papers. Our son also thinks his tutor is "cool". All and all this is a great thing for our family.

Math Is Not Our Enemy
from 1 review
  • 3 years in business
Ansherina L.
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She tutored me in Honors Geometry 1-2, Honors Algebra 3-4, and Honors Chemistry 1-2. She's a very good tutor, because she explains things very well, and tries to teach me in a way that I would understand it. I would definitely go ask her to tutor me again if I need help with my other subjects. I've been getting A's in all my math classes.

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