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Expert Tutoring by PhD/MSc/MA Holders/Candidates: small group classes from $15.50/hr!

  • Street: 1396 Saint-Catherine St. W, Suite 221
  • City: Montreal
  • Privince/State: Quebec
  • Country: Canada
  • Zip/Postal Code: H3G 1P8,
  • Listed: January 16, 2017 9:03 pm
  • Expires: This ad has expired
Expert Tutoring by PhD/MSc/MA Holders/Candidates: small group classes from $15.50/hr!

Description

It’s Never Too Late! We Can Always Help! “Hit the Books” Now!

●Contact us at info@hitthebooks.ca with your course outline and availability for tutoring, so that we can help you as soon as possible!

●Or call us at 514-699-2699

●See also www.hitthebooks.ca and www.facebook.com/HittheBooks.ca

>> One-To-One Tutoring: Languages/High School from $42/hr (a 30% discount), University/CEGEP from $42/hr (a 40% discount)
>> Mini-Group Tutoring (2 to 5 students) from $18/hr (a 40% discount). Make your own Mini-Group!
>> Your tutor will be a PhD/M.Sc. Candidate/Holder with minimum 5 years of teaching/TA-ing experience, something that “Hit the Books” has built up a reputation for! That makes a Huge Difference!

>> Who We Are:
We are a group of outstanding graduate degree holders and PhD candidates in different fields. We are proud that our team in Science, Engineering, Languages, and Art is made up of the Top University Candidates or Graduates in their respective fields. Highly experienced in tutoring, we help students at all levels with all their educational needs, with the highest possible quality and at the most competitive rates.
“We Are Proudly Not a Corporation”! We Need Your Support in order to Keep Our Rates Down!
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>> Location:
1396 Saint-Catherine St. W, Suite 221

Some McGill Courses that We Cover:

Mathematics:
MATH 111: Mathematics for Education Students, MATH 112: Fundamentals of Mathematics (3 credits), MATH 122: Calculus for Management (3 credits), MATH 123: Linear Algebra and Probability, MATH 133: Linear Algebra and Geometry (3 credits), MATH 134: Enriched Linear Algebra and Geometry. MATH 139: Calculus 1 with Precalculus (4 credits), MATH 140: Calculus 1, MATH 141: Calculus 2, MATH 150: Calculus A, MATH 151: Calculus B, MATH 180: The Art of Mathematics, MATH 203: Principles of Statistics 1, MATH 204: Principles of Statistics 2, MATH 222: Calculus 3, MATH 223: Linear Algebra, MATH 235: Algebra 1, MATH 236: Algebra 2, MATH 240: Discrete Structure 1, MATH 242: Analysis 1, MATH 243: Analysis 2, MATH 247: Honours Applied Linear Algebra, MATH 248: Honours Advanced Calculus, MATH 249: Honours Complex Variables, MATH 251: Honours Algebra 2, MATH 254: Honours Analysis 1, MATH 255: Honours Analysis 2, MATH 262: Intermediate Calculus, MATH 263: Ordinary Differential Equations for Engineers, MATH 264: Advanced Calculus for Engineers, MATH 270: Applied Linear Algebra, MATH 271: Linear Algebra & Partial Differential Equations. MATH 314: Advanced Calculus, MATH 315: Ordinary Differential Equations, MATH 317: Numerical Analysis, MATH 318: Mathematical Logic, MATH 319: Introduction to Partial Differential Equations, MATH 323: Probability, MATH 324: Statistics, MATH 325: Honours Ordinary Differential Equations, MATH 326: Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos, MATH 327: Matrix Numerical Analysis, MATH 329: Theory of Interest, MATH 338: History and Philosophy of Mathematics, MATH 340: Discrete Structures 2

Physics:
PHYS 101: Introductory Physics – Mechanics (4 credits), PHYS 102: Introductory Physics – Electromagnetism (4 credits), PHYS 131: Mechanics and Waves. PHYS 142: Electromagnetism and Optics, PHYS 180: Space, Time and Matter, PHYS 181: Everyday Physics, PHYS 182: Our Evolving Universe, PHYS 184: Honours Electromagnetic Waves, PHYS 230: Dynamics of Simple Systems PHYS 232: Heat and Waves, PHYS 241: Signal Processing, PHYS 242: Electricity and Magnetism. PHYS 251: Honours Classical Mechanics, PHYS 253: Thermal Physics, PHYS 260: Modern Physics and Relativity, PHYS 328: Electronics, PHYS 331: Topics in Classical Mechanics, PHYS 333: Thermal and Statistical Physics, PHYS 334: Advanced Materials, PHYS 340: Majors Electricity and Magnetism, PHYS 342: Majors Electromagnetic Waves, PHYS 350: Honours Electricity and Magnetism, PHYS 351: Honours Classical Mechanics 2, PHYS 352, Honours Electromagnetic Waves, PHYS 362: Statistical Mechanics

Chemistry:
CHEM110 General Chemistry 1, CHEM120 General Chemistry 2, CHEM180 World of Chemistry: Environment, CHEM-204 Physical Chemistry/Biological Sciences 1, CHEM211 Organic Chemistry 1, CHEM212 Introductory Organic Chemistry 1, CHEM214 Physical Chemistry/Biological Sciences 2, CHEM219 Introduction to Atmospheric Chemistry, CHEM222 Introductory Organic Chemistry 2, CHEM223 Introductory Physical Chemistry 1, CHEM232 Organic Chemistry Principles, CHEM233 Topics in Physical Chemistry, CHEM243 Introductory Physical Chemistry 2, CHEM281 Inorganic Chemistry 1, CHEM287 Introductory Analytical Chemistry, CHEM302 Introductory Organic Chemistry 3, CHEM334 Advanced Materials, CHEM345 Molecular Properties and Structure 1, CHEM352 Structural Organic Chemistry, CHEM355 Molecular Properties and Structure 2, CHEM365 Statistical Thermodynamics, CHEM367 Instrumental Analysis 1, CHEM377 Instrumental Analysis 2, CHEM381 Inorganic Chemistry 2, CHEM382 Organic Chemistry: Natur

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