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Math and physics are both complex subjects that are built upon many years of scientists and mathematicians struggling with ideas. And in school, students are asked to tackle the same problems that faced Isaac Newton, Einstein, and others. They're not easy subjects and don't come easily to many people. In fact, they require many hours of practice and thought even for the people that are 'good' at them. And you may very well feel like it doesn't come naturally to you. Often the material in... [more]

As part of my degree program, I've taken a multitude of math courses ranging from the geometry of complex systems to vector calculus and linear algebra. I graduated from University of California Santa Cruz with a BS in Astrophysics in June 2017 with a GPA of 3.09. I focus on full understanding of the material in my tutoring sessions so that you can figure out the solutions in no time! During my fourth year in school, I tutored A Non-Technical Overview of the Universe for a group of undergraduates from a variety of backgrounds and majors and made a significant impact on how well my students un [more]

For the past 19 years, I have been a mathematics and science teacher at two different K-8 schools and one middle school. When I started in the spring of 1998, I worked as an assistant in a classroom of 40 students who ranged in age from Kindergarten to 5th grade. As my first school grew and expanded, I was promoted to Head Mathematics Teacher and entrusted with the job of creating a curriculum for the newly added 6th, 7th and 8th grades. During the time of my employment, our mathematics ... [more]

I have tutored students in mathematics for over 30 Years. My subject areas include algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, and statistics. The majority of my tutoring has involved high school students seeking to improve their knowledge base and college testing scores. I have been a mathematics assistant professor at the US Military Academy, Naval Postgraduate School, and Chapman University. I have also taught at Monterey Peninsula Community College and York School. My wide range of te... [more]

I am a Ph.D. holder in the materials physics and chemistry. I have learned and taught various mathematic subjects for one decade. Algebra 2 is one of them. Students can improve their academic performance and be much more self-confident in the class. I am very familiar with these math topics. I also adopt them in my researches in material physics, mostly in the advanced mathematical level. I will hold the California high school math teaching certification soon. My teaching philosophy Your test performance and academic success are my highest concern! It is my mission to help you steadily, confid [more]

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I'm a Cabrillo College math instructor who has tutored algebra 2 for many years. I am a graduate student in Statistics at San Jose State University, and am currently an adjunct math instructor at Cabrillo College. I have extensive experience tutoring math ranging from from high school pre-algebra, all the way through junior college level differential equations; as well as experience tutoring economics, computer science, and physics. I specialize in statistics and calculus.... [more]

I earned my Multiple Subject credential, along with my Supplemental Authorization Math Credential in the Fall of 2014. As a credential candidate, I was enrolled in all the required courses and completed my student teaching assignments in a Kindergarten classroom at Landmark Elementary in the Pajaro Unified School District and in the Monterey Peninsula School district in a 5th grade classroom. The Teacher Credential program at California State University, Monterey Bay prepared me to work... [more]

I am a pretty down to earth personality that is easy to smile and laugh. But, that doesn't mean that I goof off when it comes to my studies. I have the equivalent of a PhD in Optical Physics from the best university in the US to obtain such a degree. I understand the struggles of trying to balance school and sports and am willing to try and work around tough schedules. During undergraduate schooling I taught geometry to incoming freshman that did not pass the entrance math exams. I was al... [more]

I am currently an undergrad at the University of California in the process of obtaining my Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. I currently hold a 3.8 GPA for my college career. I graduated from high school with an Advanced Regents Diploma from the state of New York. In 2016 I was accepted into Phi Beta Kappa high honor society up. I've consistently made Dean's List through my college career. Currently, I host study sessions with fellow students regularly where I help instill con... [more]

I have been teaching science and math for about 30 years. After retiring from the Pajaro Valley Unifed Schools, where I taught secondary Chemistry, Physics, Algebra and Geometry in the Watsonville/Aptos area, I worked at UCSC to supervise the training of college graduates for secondary science teaching positions in California public schools. I then travelled overseas, with the Peace Corps, to the Pacific Islands and Africa to help local teachers develop methods for teaching science, ma... [more]

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