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Jeffrey D. Hello! My name is Jeff. I am an Air Force veteran and recent graduate from UC Berkeley.
10 Subjects: including algebra 2, reading, English, grammar
$55.00/hr
Albany, CA
Ben G. ...I can help with approaches for constructing academic essays. I can help with Solar systems, galaxies and introductory astrophysics. I can help with cultural, physical, environmental and political geography.
38 Subjects: including algebra 2, English, reading, geometry
$40.00/hr
Berkeley, CA
David V. ...I provide both independent instruction and assistance with homework, test preparation (including the SAT and GRE), study skills, and organization. In math I tutor up through trigonometry and pre-calculus and in Spanish up through HS Spanish 2. Over the years I've worked as a tutor, I've tutored well over 150 students, most of them elementary- to high school-aged.
43 Subjects: including algebra 2, English, reading, Spanish
$35.00/hr
Berkeley, CA
Robert C. ...I also led review sessions for exams and was a Teaching Assistant in computer-assisted algebra classes. I possess a CRLA Advanced Tutorial Certificate issued by Cabrillo College. I worked as a student math tutor for 5 years at Cabrillo College and City College of San Francisco.
7 Subjects: including algebra 2, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
$45.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
Richard D. ...My toolbox includes drills (e.g. multiplication tables), shortcuts (including why they work, emphasizing the connections among arithmetic, algebra and geometry), and stories (my most popular lecture at Community Day was about large amounts of cash and the banking system). I adapt my teaching styl...
9 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, world history, American history
$60.00/hr
Martinez, CA

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