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Kathie Smith
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  • 8 years in business
Elaine F.
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Kathy Smith is the best math teacher I have known. She taught my daughter algebra 1 and my daughter aced every algebra class she took after that, including Algebra 2 and a college algebra class. My daughter was struggling with algebra before Kathy Smith taught her. She had already failed Algebra 1 the first time she took it. She is now a sophomore English major in college and we are both so grateful for Kathy's help. I don't think we could have gotten though Algebra without her. She has over thirty years experience in the classroom, loves the students, and was available for help outside the classroom when needed. She even helped me to learn some things that I had never been taught! Best. Teacher. Ever.

Quinn's Lessons
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Amy E.
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Quinn's Lessons was fun for my little kids. He is always on time and very passionate.

Areli B.
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I need help with pre algebra we are learning about mean median mode and the range well I don't understand it sometimes usually I blank out and don't understand so could u please help me with my math because I'm failing math clAss

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    I'm a Spanish teacher, and I teach the grammar classes. I also translate personal letters during my free time.

    Oxford English Teacher

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      I offer private classes in Cambodia and international online lessons via Skype. In your lesson, you get the chance to develop and practice a variety of skills in each class. I cover speaking, listening, reading and writing, and help you build on your strengths as well as improve your weaknesses. You are always given homework and reading to complete between classes to ensure you continually develop and improve your English.

      Fermin Dailo

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        I am an engineering grad with an MBA. I only tutor part time because I like to help people understand math and do better in school and their career. Tutors are expensive, so depending on your situation, my rates are negotiable.

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