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Marisa S. ...My strongest subjects are Math and Science but I can also assist with other subjects. I am available almost all hours of the day and am flexible with setting up meeting times and sessions. I prefer meeting with students in environments where they feel comfortable, such as their home or a school library, but am flexible with this as well.
11 Subjects: including genetics, physiology, biology, chemistry
Granada Hills, CA
John M. ...I want to see students succeed and I will make sure to make that happen by catering to each student's individual needs and keeping the patience and love of learning that any tutor or teacher should have.I took Algebra 1 in 8th grade and I excelled in the class. I earned an A both semesters that ...
11 Subjects: including biology, calculus, geometry, statistics
Covina, CA
Brian P. I have recently returned to California after living in Germany for 18 years (Mainz and Berlin) where I completed a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, worked as a psychotherapist and taught English to several business people, students and pupils. As an English teacher in Germany I focused on grammar, wri...
16 Subjects: including psychology, reading, English, German
Azusa, CA
Sue G. ...Physics have you flustered? I am a teacher certified in Massachusetts to teach high school chemistry and physics. I can help you figure out the mysteries of the periodic table and the parabolic trajectory.
1 Subject: chemistry
Altadena, CA
Von S. ...If you need any proof that anyone can succeed, I am an example of that. All you need is self-motivation and someone to guide you through. I have three years of tutoring experience with students in grades K-12.
18 Subjects: including psychology, reading, English, writing
Alhambra, CA

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