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As an Engineer, I found math to be my most valuable tool, useful in all sorts of applications. Pre-Calculus and Trigonometry are particularly useful in engineering and science fields. I've worked with several Pre-Calc/Trig students from local high schools and colleges to successfully pass their class. While each course presents the math in different ways, depending on school and teacher, I help students develop their math skills to meet their goals within each class, and beyond. I'm a retired engineer and math teacher with a love for teaching anyone who wants to learn. As an engineer, I regul [more]

Understanding Precalculus and Trig concepts need not be daunting. They can be explained in simple terms and there are ways to remember key concepts. This can be a fun subject when the student has confidence about the basics. I have been tutoring all levels of Math for the past 10 years, from Algebra through college Calculus. I believe that establishing a good foundation in Mathematics is critical for a student?s future success and confidence ? in high school, in college and beyond in their careers. And I believe every student has the potential to be successful with Math. I can help by expl [more]

I grew up speaking Hungarian and German and graduated with a Master's degree in French, taught French at Cal State L.A, math and languages at high schools in the San Francisco area, and Survival French and Italian at various colleges. I love foreign languages and know how to teach them in such a way that the student learns quickly and speaks with a credible accent. My career has been in sales and management and inevitably it would turn to training. I have trained sales forces, distributor... [more]

Hello all! I am currently enrolled at the Santa Rosa Junior College to achieve my General Education and transfer to UC Santa Cruz in 2020 to major in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology; I will be transferring with a total of five Associates of Science degree's: Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Natural Sciences. I plan to double major, so in addition would be Quantum Physics; a field of study that consists of the tiniest particles of matter that serve as fundamental dictato... [more]

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I have a master's in mathematics and am a former mathematics instructor at Sonoma State University. I was the coordinator of the Precalculus program at EPGY (Educational Program for Gifted Youth) at Stanford University for five years. I have a Masters in Mathematics and am a former instructor at Sonoma State University. I like to keep things simple. Instead of presenting the student with a parade of ideas, I help the student to see each new topic as simply a new expression of ideas they already know. At the end, the student sees all of algebra as essentially an expression of these first few [more]

I have tutored for many years for the simple reason that I enjoy it and somehow have the knack for making the difficult seem easy. I am a very positive person and feel people learn best with encouragement. Attitude and self confidence are often as important in the learning process as the skill set. I tutor all levels of math, high school physics and Latin. For the past twelve years I have tutored all aspects and sections of the SAT extensively. I tutor the SAT one on one or in small groups.... [more]

I am a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where I received a Ph.D. in Physics in 2011. Before that, received bachelor's degrees in both Mathematics and Physics from the University of Sydney in Australia. Helping people has always been my passion and, consequently, I have worked as a private tutor and teacher for over 18 years. Being well aware of the fact that not every student learns in the same way, I do my best to meet my students where they are, wherever that migh... [more]

I did well in my high high school precalculus class. Systems of equations, exponential and logarithmic functions, conic sections, trigonometry and polar coordinates are met again in calculus. In order to obtain my bachelor's in Math, I had to demonstrate competence in using everything on the list. In my years of tutoring, these topics have repeatedly been of interest. A good tutor aids a student in acquiring skill. Through the successful solving of problems, fluency is gradually developed along with confidence. I often share my personal learning in how to study to encourage new habits. M [more]

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