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    Andrew is an excellent tutor. He has extensive knowledge in a wide range of subjects. From Precalculus to Differential Equations and Matrix Algebra, he makes the most out of the time spent with a student by preparing lessons that help the student understand the material with ease. He also challenges the student's thinking to ensure that the material is being learned accordingly. I recommend him as a tutor one hundred percent!

    • 4 years in business
    Julia M.
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    Carmen Boje taught me Excel and applied math. She was very thorough and knew how to explain concepts very well. I am now taking statistics lessons from her, and I am excited to learn more from Carmen.

    Learn for a Lifetime
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    • 8 years in business
    Erica T.
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    Ms. Jodi has not only helped my daughter improve her grades but she has also shown her that learning can be fun, a lesson that is invaluable. I am very thankful to have found Learn For A Lifetime. When we began looking for a tutoring center we quickly realized we could not afford any of them, that is until we found Learn For A Lifetime. Ms. Jodi's prices and so reasonable and she has been willing to work with me during my financial hardship. I am so very thankful for her! She is one of the rare business owners whose heart is in it for the children, not the bottom line.

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      I conduct guitar lesson classes for all levels, all styles, and all ages. I teach reading, theory, improvisation, and all-around musicianship.

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        I teach piano lessons, Spanish, French, and ESL. I have my master's degree in language education and am working on my PhD in curriculum and instruction. I am also state certified to teach all 3 above languages.

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