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Megan S.

High School in Cell Biology · specializes in Math and Science · 18 or younger years old female

green Apple award green apple award - rising tutoring star

"I would love to help with any science, math or English at elementary and middle school, junior high, and high school levels and SAT preparation. I have taken 16 AP classes in high school and gotten all 5s on the scores I have received. I got a score of 1500 on the SAT. I am very passionate about high school classes and taking standardized exams. Given the fact I just took all these exams -- SAT II, SAT, AP -- I would like to help others their best on tests and in classes." 

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fee: $20 (for 60 min)
years of tutoring: 3-5
students tutored: 10-50
travel distance: 15 miles
tutoring method: in-person (not online)
member for: 4 months
award: Green apple

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phone: on file

Education and Qualifications

school: Cornell

I just finished high school and am going to Cornell in the fall. I will be majoring in Biology. In high school, I took 16 AP classes. I tutor my peers in school and at a homeless shelter. I've taken a wide range of classes, ranging from art history to calculus to physics.

Westlake, OH 44145
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Subjects Tutored

Elementary & Junior High School
Elementary MathElementary Reading
Elementary ScienceEnglish Language Arts
GrammarLanguage Art
PhonicsReading
General Ed
BiologyChemistry
Common CoreEnglish
HistoryMath
PhysicsScience
SpellingVocabulary
Writing
Math
AlgebraAlgebra 1
Algebra 2Applied Math
CalculusGeometry
Linear AlgebraPre-Algebra
Pre-CalculusProbability
StatisticsTrigonometry
Vector Calculus
Languages
English as 2nd Language
Test Prep
PSATSAT I
SAT IISAT Math
SAT ReadingSAT Writing
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