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David entered UCLA as a Math major--and received a 97% on his Honors Calculus final in the first quarter there! Since he started the class with an uncharacteristically low test score of C-, ending with an A+ and acing the final was a dramatic turnaround. This came about through diligent effort to teach himself Calculus, since the teacher was well nigh undecipherable in his presentation! Since then, he has led many math students from the very beginning stages of arithmetic through the "high altitudes" of Calculus I, II, III (college level) and beyond. His gift in teaching math is clarity, p [more]

Tutoring largely started out as a hobby for me. I enjoyed helping my fellow classmates learn material and be successful while at the same time learning from them. That cooperative nature of tutoring, working together to achieve student-inspired goals, is what turned it into a passion. I graduated from the University of Puget Sound in Washington with a Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics and Economics. As a math department tutor, I was given the opportunity to help college students of all l... [more]

During the past twenty years, I've worked for a national tutoring company, taught for a private school and been an in-home tutor predominantly in the area of middle and high school mathematics. My experience runs from 6th grade math and pre-algebra all the way through advanced and applied calculus. I have extensive training with the SAT, ACT, ASVAB, and other aptitude tests like the SBAC and GED. My students will tell you there's no way I could be a math teacher because "they just get it" whe... [more]

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I received an A+ when I took AP Calculus, and I passed the AP Exam with a 5. Ideally we all want the most out of our classes by having the opportunity to be taught one-one-one by our teachers and professors. Unfortunately even the best teachers and professors can?t adjust their lessons to give students the attention they deserve and need. But no worries! Whether you want to spend extra time , stay on track, or soar ahead, look no further for that opportunity than here. Throughout my undergrad years at Los Medanos College and UC Berkeley, I have taken various science ... [more]

I took Calculus in High School and College. I was a TA for 3 years at the college level for Calculus. I've tutored two different students in Calculus, and both have passed with an A or B in the course. I have worked as a TA and tutor since 2007, helping out college students with their mathematics coursework. I take my time to work with a student, listen to their struggles and questions, and then approach the problem in a way they will understand. I have the ability to explain a problem in multiple ways, so that if one way doesn't work, I don't give up. I recently worked with a HS Sophomor [more]

Hi, my name is Peter. I'm a substitute teacher active in several districts in the area, with extensive experience in math and science, and a bit of history and English as well. I went to UC Davis where I received a degree in geophysics with a minor in hydrology. I am a credentialed science teacher, with certifications in Earth Science and Chemistry. I'm very patient, well informed, and I'd like to think I go the extra step to help you learn what you need to learn. I'll break down concep... [more]

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