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Algebra II is an advanced form of algebra (obviously), and it was one of my favorite classes. While basic algebra can be used everyday, Algebra II is even more applicable to real math problems you will encounter and is SO useful to know for science classes. This is one of my favorite topics to tutor, and it is often done in conjunction with Trigonometry. My name is Jessie and I am brilliant at tutoring! I have years of experience and am committed to helping you succeed. Let me, a well-rounded engineer, help you master math and science. You are taking a math or science class and the concepts [more]

I currently hold a credential to teach mathematics at all levels including AP Calculus. I have taught many sections of Algebra I both at the high school level and middle school level. I have had tremendous success at urban middle and high schools with over 90% of my students Proficient or Advanced by the end of the year. I am a graduate of UC San Diego with a degree in Management Science and a minor in Art. I have a Master of Education from UC San Diego with credentials to teach Mathematics and Physics. I have supplemental credentials to also teach Business, Economics, and Art. As a high [more]

Hello! I have been a tutor formally for three years, and informally for five years, working independently and with agencies alike. I am a senior at San Diego State University, working toward my Bachelor's degree in Environmental Science with a minor in Chemistry. I am also currently performing research in an analytical chemistry lab in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at SDSU. I am very qualified and experienced in general chemistry, and have been tutoring chemistry for three ... [more]

I have taught Algebra II in both high school and college. I have single subject certification to teach all levels of math in high school. I have tutored this subject every year for the past 10 years. I know the material and how to teach/tutor it quite well. I find it fairly easy to simplify this material for the student. Hi, my name is Fred. I have taught and tutored math in both high school and Grossmont College for over 15 years. I am certified to teach all levels of math in high school and have a Master's in Statistics/Biostatistics at SDSU. I truly enjoy teaching and tutoring studen [more]

My name is Gonzalo T. I am an undergraduate Astronomy student at SDSU and love everything that involves the universe around us. Taking what we learn from school and applying it to solve everyday problems is what learning is all about. Whether that be in science, math, English or history, every subject can be applied to life. I have taught Astronomy at an after school program at a local K - 8 school using activities and live demonstrations, and have also tutored in a group setting. What I ... [more]

Algebra 2 is my favorite subject to teach. It's complex at times, but the simplicity is also there. So, I take great care to slowly cover each relevant concept, so my student really understands the the tools needed to solve any Algebra 2 problem, themselves...and not just once! My name is Daniel, and I love helping students to improve in Math and Science. I attended U.C. Santa Barbara, ranked 33rd in the World's Top 200 Universities, and graduated with a degree in Communication. I've been tutoring for the past 9 years and have worked with students at many different levels. My unique approach [more]

After competing in national math tournaments in high school and taking BC Calculus in the 10th grade, I enrolled at Harvard College where I graduated in four years with both bachelor's and master's degrees in Applied Math with a focus in economics. I subsequently studied at Georgia Tech's business school where I received a master's degree in strategic management. I currently work in San Diego as a financial analyst. My focus when tutoring is on helping students learn by doing, not by ... [more]

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For most of my life, tutoring has been like taking a trip to the beach. Though, theoretically, I could do it every day, I have not ventured to do so as much as I would like. The few experiences I did have, however, were very fulfilling, and I am now taking it upon myself to tutor even more. My first time really tutoring was in high school, holding weekly physics sessions with a few of my juniors. Then, during my second year at UCLA, I participated in a club that took trips twice a week to ... [more]

I graduated from UCSD last June with a BA in Literature and Writing and a minor in Spanish Literature. I have tutored students in all areas of both the SAT and ACT for a little over two years, as well as all levels of Spanish. Test prep is no fun for students, and I strive to make it at least not a horrible experience. (I do assign homework, however.) I also remember what it is like to learn Spanish as a non-native speaker, and have a lot of strategies to make my students' work less tedious a... [more]

Hello, I'm Alberto! I hold a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry with a secondary field in Government from Harvard University, and during my time there, I worked as part of the teaching staff in introductory college chemistry and organic chemistry courses. Being in front of the classroom was a great experience, but I also enjoyed the chance to work one-on-one with students as well. I was known for working at the pace that my students learned best, and created a learning environment focused of fun.... [more]

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