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EZ Pass in Math
4.9
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  • 71 hires on Thumbtack
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Melvin A.
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Namzi was a great and attentive tutor. He explained everything thouroughly and went through my math step by step. I ended up getting a 87 on my algebra 2 final thanks to him!

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  • 16 years in business
  • 40 hires on Thumbtack
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Hamid M.
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I needed some help with algebra in 8th grade. My parents had heard of Jeremy from a friend, so we got in touch and he started tutoring me. Jeremy is an excellent tutor. He helped me with my Algebra and all of my other subjects. He has a vast array of knowledge in all subjects ranging from Algebra to History. On top of that, Jeremy taught me what was important to focus on. He helped me prepare for the SAT and showed me how important it was. I went on to do excellent on it. This is what separates him from other tutors. He informs you of things that will be important in the future even when it has nothing to do with what you are learning in class. All the while, Jeremy is friendly and down to earth. It felt like a friend or family member was tutoring me. I truly couldn't give him high enough praise.

The Math Doctor
5.0
from 23 reviews
  • 28 hires on Thumbtack
Jodi B.
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I have always hated math and have memories of being yelled at to finish my homework and being in tears because I simply did not understand it. This fear of math started in elementary school and carried itself all the way to college where I had to start in remedial math courses. I now am in the process of studying for a big test and needed help to develop the skills needed to do well on the math portion. Peter was able to simplify the process so that I could better understand this basic math. He never made me feel bad when I had to count with fingers, yikes! I feel I have improved greatly in just the 2 sessions we've had. I'm very excited to improve even more! Who knew I'd come to be excited for a math lesson! Thank you Peter.

Lyceum Tutoring
4.8
from 19 reviews
  • 13 years in business
  • 36 hires on Thumbtack
Patricia D.
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I’m not a strong math student at all. I can honestly say that Lyceum worked with me until I had a clear understanding of the math (algebra 2) that was in front of me. If you’re looking for someone who not just understands the subject but has an enthusiasm for it, look no further.

Math & Science Tutoring
4.9
from 16 reviews
  • 15 years in business
  • 26 hires on Thumbtack
Gemma C.
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I came across Dave Markham on a recommendation from a fellow parent and hired him to tutor my elder son in math. In Geometry he raised his grade from a D+ to an A-, quite a feat! He always showed up exactly on time and was uber reliable, conscientious and fabulous. He brought all his own computer gear and teaching techniques. We used him for 4 years from 9th through 12th grades, tutoring in Algebra 1+2, Geometry, Trig and Calculus. We also used him for Chemistry. My younger son is now tutoring with him via his online system, rather than in person. It works great too, his grade having gone from a C to an A. Dave is honest and hardworking and really helps the kids understand the subject matter. We are so grateful for him. I highly recommend him with the utmost enthusiasm. If you can get Dave, you're really lucky.

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