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Carl M.
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Although we was able to get to fully discuss ALL of my current issues on this date, I was able to notice his passion for the subject. He was very nice, patient and understanding. I was happy with my first session.
Natasha S. from Los Angeles, CA
"PreAlgebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and Geometry Tutoring"
Everyone can do well in mathematics with hard work and just by having fun. I am passionate about passing on the knowledge I have gained during my professional Civil Engineering career.
I tutor PreAlgebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and Geometry subjects beginning with grade 2 through college/university undergraduate studies. Before each session I request a list of topics from the Student that needs covering. I emphasis planning, organization and establishing methodology when solving problems. I... ... More
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"Music Education Major Oboist"
Music has always been a huge part of my life. I first started on the flute when I was in first grade, and switched to the Oboe in fourth grade. Now 20 years old, I am majoring in Music Education and hope to teach middle school or elementary instrumental music.
I have played in numerous groups, including Wind Ensembles, Orchestras and Pit Orchestra.
In high school I often volunteered at local middle schools coaching oboes and since then have had private students of my own and coached at... ... More
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Sylvia G.
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Came on just a few hours' notice. Fluent in ASL & gave my 9th grade son a personalized lesson, with tips on website sources, etc. Pleasant and easy to work with. Will use her again.
Beth T. from San Jose, CA
"Spanish and ASL Language Studies"
I am a mother of three. I have been homeschooling my children for the past nine years. I teach all subjects, but mostly Spanish and Sign Language.
I am also an interpreter. I interpret in public schools as well as an interpreter for government agencies in th South Bay Area.
I have also been tutoring/teaching children from a local charter school for the past seven years.
I enjoy working with kids and giving them the opportunity to learn new information everyday.
Thanks for taking me in... ... More
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Mark M.
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Mark is professional, punctual and was very helpful in tutoring our daughter in geometry! I would highly recommend him!! He was also so accommodating of her busy schedule and always found a time for her! Thank you Mark!
Danica B. from Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
"Mathematics Teacher  NCLB Highly Qualified"
Forty years of teaching Mathematics in High Schools, public and private, foreign and domestic, traditional and alternative, magnet and remedial, have provided me with many experiences to learn three basic principles for teaching and tutoring.
The first is that the primary information that a teacher needs to know is what it is that the learner needs to learn. The second is that every lesson must be a success for the student. And the third is that the lesson must start at the level of the stud... ... More
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algebra 1
algebra 2
calculus
geometry
prealgebra
precalculus
trigonometry
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"Helpful Math and Science Tutor"
Calculus can be described at times as mathematics in motion. Differential calculus is how one usually begins the study of calculus. In differential calculus, you begin by studying limits, and you then apply methods of determining limits to the difference quotient. The limit of the difference quotient is what we call the derivative. The derivative has many applications, including the ability to determine the velocity and accelerations of an object when the position of the object is known with respect to time.
From differential calculus we proceed to integral calculus. It basically involve ... More
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algebra 1
algebra 2
calculus
chemistry
grammar
geometry
physics
prealgebra
precalculus
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"Cal Poly SLO Grad for Math, Physics, and Finance Tutoring"
Hi, I'm Carlos. I graduated from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a bachelor's degree in applied mathematics with minors in physics and finance. Since I was young I've had a knack for numbers, so I decided to pursue this as far as I could (so far). I plan to eventually get my MBA, but until then I would love to share all the tips and tricks that I learned along the way. I know most people don't love math as much as I do. In fact, when I tell people I majored in math most say "I hate math. I'm so... ... More
