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Ms. Dickinson
5.0
from 10 reviews
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Monica V.
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My son has truly blossomed over the past year academically and socially. He is always eager to go to school and has a wonderful relationship with his teacher. Ms Dickinson is an incredible teacher, very kind, loving, understanding, Very accessible and very supportive. Rohan is really learning skills particularly in math and reading. I will be sad when my son transitions out. Monica vallejo:)

PS Tutoring
5.0
from 1 review
  • 7 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Jodie R.
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Patty has been wonderful to work with. My daughter's grade improved 9 points after just a few sessions. She is prepared with things to work on in the case my daughter doesn't have her work at home. Very positive experience. I would recommend her highly!

Molly's Language Lessons

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    I studied abroad in Ecuador for the summer which helped me improve my own Spanish speaking due to the fact my host family did not understand English. I'm a Spanish minor so I have multiple tools in which to help others learn and comprehend the language.

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    I am an Indonesian. I have been teaching English and Indonesian languages to kids and professionals for more than 17 years.

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    I do tutoring at the local libraries for students who need extra help with SAT, ACT and Algebra 1, geometry and Algebra II. I provide extra problems and explanations to help the students find more success in their math classes. I give practice tests and explanations for the SAT and ACT students.

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