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Hi, my name is Tracy. I was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan and in my late 20s I came to America with very little English. As a result, the only job I could find was in the Chinese restaurant business. After some years, I was frustrated with my inability to communicate with customers, so I enrolled in an ESL class and studied very hard. Later, with encouragement from my ESL teachers, I took community college level writing classes and, with much persistence, gradually improved my English. Te... [more]

I've lived in the San Diego area since 2003. I started out as a student myself at Southwestern College. I majored in math, and while I was taking classes I made extra money working as an independent tutor for elementary and high school students. I found a job at a college bookstore, but I've continued to tutor math on the side. I like helping people to develop an interest in the subject themselves, so that it doesn't seem like work when they're learning. I've found that the best way to becom... [more]

I have attained a Master's in Statistics at San Diego State University. I know the subject material quite well and how to present it in a simple, easy to understand manner. I have tutored students from UCSD, USD and SDSU in this subject area with positive results. Hi, my name is Fred. I have taught and tutored math in both high school and Grossmont College for over 15 years. I am certified to teach all levels of math in high school and have a Master's in Statistics/Biostatistics at SDSU. I truly enjoy teaching and tutoring students in math and statistics and I believe my student ratings r [more]

To prospective students: Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Amorsolo, "Amor" for short. I have tutored at schools and homes with small groups of 5-7 students and one-on-one for 7 years. The areas that I specialize in are math and science. I do tutor other subjects with the exception of English and history. I enjoy tutoring and helping people learn about things. To me, there is nothing better then working with individuals learn something and finally seeking them have that "AHA"... [more]

I have taught and tutored Probability and Statistics at almost any level, from Introductory, HS AP Statistic through Advanced Statistic for Engineers with invariant success. Can guarantee your success on Midterm and Final tests in call or online course. Hi, my name is Dr. Gene. I am a former University Professor and College Instructor with many years of experience in teaching and private tutoring of Math and Physics to high school and college students. Over the years I have taught different engineering and scientific disciplines across the board of the entire science, math, and engineering cur [more]

I have four years of experience as a volunteer tutor from levels pre-K to high school. It makes me happy to help students wrap their heads around difficult concepts. My personal philosophy is that the best way to know you've truly learned something is to see how well you can explain it to others. I am graduating with a degree in Mathematics in the summer of 2017 from the University of California, San Diego. To me, the study of math is the study of understanding. It is knowledge at its mos... [more]

Created from the Cosmic Legends of the Universe, this Didaskalos, or teacher, will train the young hero to think clearly and correctly, speak persuasively, and consort well with Men of Rank, just as the Centaur Cheiron taught Achilles. He has recited Homer, Vergil, Ovid, etc. in 32 states, and directed two tragedies and a comedy, all in the original Latin and Greek. He is recognized an an authority on the correct pronunciation of Ancient Greek and Latin, and is working hard with national cl... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

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Hello, my name is Christine. I have plenty of experience tutoring since I began in 2001. My tutoring experience includes tutoring individuals and groups at the K-12 and university levels. When I started tutoring, I was tutoring friends of mine in high school, and it was then that I knew I wanted to help others learn new things. Once I started college, it made sense to me to choose tutoring as a career. Tutoring for the university was a particularly notable experience because I tutored student... [more]

Hi there. I have to admit even the summary of my resume won't fit in the two paragraphs that Wyzant is allowing. :-) So here's a very abbreviated verison. I received the Ph.D. in engineering from UCSD in 1992 and a B.S. degree in mathematical sciences (probability and statistics) from UCSB in 1985. I've received technical awards from various professional organizations and an honorary doctorate too. In 2009, I had the great privilege to be named one of the top-100 most influential alumni in t... [more]

I am a theoretical and computational physics PhD student at UCSD. I graduated with honors from the University of Minnesota in 2014 with degrees in Mathematics and Physics, earning several prestigious scholarships along the way. Before coming to San Diego I spent about a year working on a research fellowship at Los Alamos National Lab. While research is my main work focus these days, I have long had a passion for teaching. I have had various gigs as a tutor since high school, including positi... [more]

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