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Matthew F.
Matthew F.  
Chemistry Instructor
 
Plano, Texas     Age 30     Male
 
"I am an honors graduate of Texas A&M University.  During my time at A&M, I double majored in biology and chemistry and minored in education.  During my senior year at Texas A&M, I was offered a position as a full time science teacher in the Dallas Metroplex.  I have been teaching chemistry and AP Biology at the high school level for the past four years and have loved every minute of it.  I am confident in saying that teaching is the absolute best profession in the world.

After school each day, I tutor students (from primary levels to college levels) - helping them achieve success in a variety of classes.  Over the last four years, I have tutored well over 200 different students.   My students come from a variety of institutions: public schools, private schools, community colleges, and universities.  Usually, I tutor an individual student at least once a week (sometimes multiple times a week) throughout the entire year."
12 years total experience    5 years teaching experience
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Experience Highlights
Teacher of the Year Nominations
Over 200 students tutored
Education
Texas A&M University
Years Attended: 2003 - 2007
Graduated: Yes
Certifications / Licenses
State of Texas Certified Teacher
Additional Information
Languages Spoken: English
I provide group lessons
What I Charge (per student)
$35.00 for 1 hour
I Also Teach (click item to view)
Biology
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