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I am currently a tutor for the Princeton Review, have taught at UCLA (TA), and have 11+ years of private tutoring experience working with tutoring companies in addition to test prep companies. I specialize in tutoring high school, middle, elementary, college, and adult students to prepare them for matriculation to the best universities/colleges/graduate programs and private middle/high schools possible. I stand as one of the top tutors on Wyzant in the U.S. and Bay Area (hours-per-month & ra... [more]

Will travel 12 miles

$75 per hour.

4.97 245 ratings

I received a chemistry degree. I took math classes: Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, Calculus 3, Vector Analysis, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations. I also took various physics classes such as mathematical physics, analytical mechanics. I have strong background in math. I tutored children in elementary math, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus 1. I prefer to go over each problem in a detail to make sure the student understands the idea of why this problem is given, the purpose, and then how to solve the problem. [more]

Hi Students, I graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science from UC Davis and I earned my MBA in Finance at CSU Hayward (East Bay). While I was at UC Davis, I placed 2nd in the Undergraduate Mathematics Exam and represented UC Davis in both the Putnam International Mathematics Competition and in the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) Western Regional programming competition. While I love working as a consultant (more on that in a subsequent paragraph), I also really enjoy math and ha... [more]

I have a degree in Mechanical Engineering and have 21 years experience in solving algebraic equations as part of may daily duties during that time. My duties included using algebraic expressions to determine the intersections of planar and non-planar geometric surfaces using matrices. My experience of 21 years as a Mechanical Engineer at various levels of management has taught me to understand and communicate mathematical concepts to people who may not have a background in math. My 20 years as a home inspector allows me to describe and explain concepts cited in the Mechanical, Electrical, Plu [more]

I have been teaching 4th - 8th grade math in a private school for the past twelve years. I have been instrumental in developing our math curriculum, which is aligned to the Common Core State Standards. My students receive strong foundational math skills in addition to opportunities to develop critical thinking and problem solving.... [more]

I have worked as a chemist for over forty years. Most of this has been in the field of environmental chemistry. While at U. C. Berkeley I was employed as a teaching assistant and all of my classes were in the upper 90th. percentile. I have a B. S. Degree in chemistry, with Honors, from Sonoma State University.... [more]

Hi! My name is Monica, and I graduated from University of California, Los Angeles with a B.A. in Psychology and am attending SJSU this fall to attain my M.S. in Industrial Organizational Psychology. However, I am generally very well versed in a variety of topics since my undergraduate coursework consisted of a multitude of subjects. When I was a junior and senior in high school, I tutored underclassmen in Arithmetic, Pre-Algebra, Algebra, and Geometry, so I do possess an ample amount of expe... [more]

I am a math enthusiast with 14 years of experience teaching and tutoring. I help build math confidence to achieve high scores on placement exams. Math is my specialty, but I tutor other subjects as well. I am accepting new students for the summer term, contact me now to learn more! Currently employed at a private school nearby, I know what your student needs to be successful. I will enrich your children with engaging lessons that will support them to find success in school and life. I have... [more]

I cover all areas of prealgebra, including the following: Basic principles, Commutative Law, Associative Law, Distributive Law; Integers and Basic Operations, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division; Use of Exponents, Laws of Exponents; Order of Operations; Rational Numbers; Irrational Numbers; Collecting, displaying and Analyzing Data; Elements of Plane Geometry, Perimeter, Area, and Volume; Ratios, Proportions, and Similarity; Percentage, using Percentage as a Proportion; Probability; Equations, Inequalities, and Graphing; Sequences; Functions; Polynomials; Set Theory; Discrete Math [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 11 ratings

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]

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