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Hello! I have five years of experience tutoring children of all academic levels from Pre-K through Graduate School and formerly served as the director of a tutoring center, a position that I left in 2014 to return to the teaching that I love. I hold BA degrees in both Physics and Philosophy from Grinnell College, completed my graduate coursework in the Philosophy of Religion at McMaster University, have authored solutions manuals for Differential Equations textbooks, edited published academi... [more]

I'm Raymond! I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Finance. While attending college I was a tutor for a middle school where we focused on mathematics specifically Algebra. I have also tutored elementary students on a variety of subjects, including Math, Grammar, and Spelling. In the military, I received great satisfaction when I would teach soldiers on how to perform our job and the results showed right away. I have a year tutoring experience in an eighth grade Algebra I classroom. I worke... [more]

Throughout my studies I have taken Algebra, Trigonometry, pre-Calculus, single and multi-variable Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations. In all classes I've gotten no less than A's. I am comfortable teaching any of the topics above and I have seen where they apply in the world of science, giving me a unique perspective. I have a Ph.D. in Chemistry from MIT, as well as a B.S. in Chemistry and a B.S. in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology from UC-Irvine. In the past I have run chemistry workshops and tutored many undergraduate students. In addition, as part of my requirement for grad [more]

Math is one of my main interests, and is part of what I am studying, computational linguistics. Additionally, when I was in middle school, I got a perfect score on the algebra 1 section of the California state test, so I know several tricks to help you get ahead! Hi! I'm Matt! I'm a student who is ultimately pursuing a degree in Computational Linguistics, which is a combination of math, linguistics, English, and computer science. I studied first at University of California - Santa Barbara, and now at Antelope Valley College. I graduated from Quartz Hill High School as a valedictorian. I have [more]

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Algebra is one of the defining topics of mathematics. Together with a broad knowledge of science, understanding algebra allows an educated person to succeed in our society. I have been teaching science for almost 13 years. This includes teaching relevant math concepts. I have also been tutoring math for almost 10 years. I believe my teaching and tutoring experiences will help you succeed. I have been teaching biological science classes at the middle and high school level within both public and independent schools since 2003. Classes I have taught include Biology (regular, honors and AP levels) [more]

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I tutored for more than eight years, with seven of those being with college students, including Algebra 1. I am currently an Electrical Engineer at a small aerospace company. I hold a bachelors in science in Bioengineering from the university of California Los Angeles. My tutoring experience spans from the tutoring lab at the local community college, private tutoring and tutoring peers at UCLA. Tutoring has always been fun for me, I live to see that aha moment when the students finally understand after struggling for the past three days. I have been tutoring math since high school, i first [more]

Hello fellow learners, my name is Hershey and yes, you did read that correctly! I am an undergraduate student at the University of California, Irvine where I am aspiring to be an Anthropologist. I've studied Anthropology for 3 years and the more knowledge I have acquired about humans and the like, the more intrigued I've become. I've conducted my own research in Central America for a sum of years so I possess a hands on experience of how a plethora of diverse cultures strive. In addition, I h... [more]

Hi, my name is Vic and I am a sixth grade math and science teacher. I have taught in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) for the last 15 years at one of the top rated middle schools in the district. Our students consistently score well in the state tests in math, as well as in the other academic subjects. There are two reasons why I tutor--1) I would be more than happy to help your child achieve his or her goals in math and 2) Being a tutor is a good way to help pay for some of... [more]

I am currently a Media Composition major at California State University-Northridge. I have fourteen years experience in playing the trombone and have excellent theory and musicianship skills. My trombone experience involves playing with the school bands, the jazz bands and orchestra in college, and I am an active member of the church brass ensemble. With my extensive theory and musicianship skills, learning music naturally comes easier to me than most. My math skills involve levels up to alge... [more]

?A? student in high school and college algebra. Tutored peers while at Southern Utah University and throughout high school. Studied pedagogy and education for K-12 students. Volunteer director for youth programs at Canyon Theatre Guild. I'm Jesse! I've been studying and teaching music theory for over five years. It can be a really tough subject! I take multiple approaches to learning Theory and have found that students' comfort level with math tend to dictate which approach is best. I am also a math tutor, and the two can go hand in hand. I received my BFA in Composition from the Herb Alper [more]

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