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Hello! My name is David, and I hope to be the tutor you are looking for. I have almost 10 years of tutoring experience in all math subjects, including Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Probability and Statistics. I have also helped students out with their coursework in Physics and Finance. When I am tutoring, I enjoy getting to know the student and understanding the way the student learns. From my experience, I have found many creative ways of explaining common proble... [more]

I have been on both sides of the tutor-student relationship. As a student I realize that the subject matter may be intimidating and daunting and that mastery may seem hopelessly out of reach. But it isn't! As a teacher, my strategy is to break the topic down to its simplest concepts. Once the student has mastered these concepts, we will put them to use in working through examples and problems of varying difficulty. This way the student builds confidence in his or her problem-solving abil... [more]

I have my Bachelor and PhD degrees from Physics Department, Tsinghua University, which is one of the best two universities in China. I've been tutoring high school students for two years. I am happy to use my knowledge and academic experience to help you get ready to your future career. I am good at physics and mathematics at all levels, including AP (Physics, Calculus, Statistics), SAT (Math), SAT Subjects (Physics, Math) ACT (Math, Science), as well as math and science classes for all grade... [more]

I have deep passions for physics, astronomy, mathematics, and computer science. I graduated from University of California, Riverside in 2016 with my B.S. in physics. I worked at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory for the last year and am looking to share my school and work experience with people needing tutoring. I like programming in my free time; I have a long history of working with C++ and C#. I was originally majoring in pure mathematics. Before I switched to physics, I took upper-divis... [more]

I have a B.S. in chemistry from UC Irvine, after which I worked in the pharmaceutical industry for a few years. I then decided that teaching would be a more fulfilling career, so I went back to school for an M.S. in physics. I just finished my degree, and I was also a TA for lab classes during my time as a graduate student. I got very good evaluations from my students, and I put in extra time to help them with their regular course assignments (even though that wasn't required). I also got ... [more]

I just retired as a high school science teacher specializing in physics and engineering. I get a kick out of solving problems and teaching students how to solve them on their own. Its simply a process that you follow to convert what you are given about a situation into what you need to find out. Simple. I've taught all levels of Physics students from CP, Honors and AP Physics including the new AP1 program. Prior to teaching I had a very exciting career as VP of engineering in the Bay ... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$30 per hour.

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I believe the largest part of being a tutor is maintaining patience with my students. From past experience, I understand that people learn in different ways. Often, classroom teachers do not have the time to individually help each student, so I see myself as the main back-up that my students can rely upon. I will calmly explain anything they do not comprehend and will answer all questions. I have been to many parts of the world. My father was in the Navy, so, as a child, I lived in several f... [more]

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