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Nader O. ...If not impossible, it is hard to pass an algebra I without passing pre-algebra. For mathematics you need to learn skills step by step. However, for some other subjects such as history this is not true.
11 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
$60.00/hr
Yorba Linda, CA
Gwen R. ...I've also worked with many private students to prepare for this test. I am familiar with all topics on the CBEST. I have read extensively on the Orton-Gillingham approach and have used it with success over the years.
78 Subjects: including algebra 2, ACT Math, calculus, probability
$70.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
Ian C. ...My name is Ian, and I graduated from Harvard University with a degree in Psychology. I've been tutoring various subjects since 2007, and I've particularly enjoyed helping high school students improve their test taking skills ahead of applying to colleges and universities. I also specialize in college counseling and advising on college applications.
5 Subjects: including SAT math, SAT reading, SAT writing, PSAT
$90.00/hr
Pasadena, CA
Rachel T. ...I took college Precalculus and have studied different high school precalculus curricula. This is one of my favorite topics to work with because learning it well provides a strong background for future math courses. The course also provides many problems that help the student to begin or continue to think mathematically.
27 Subjects: including calculus, vocabulary, trigonometry, writing
$50.00/hr
Long Beach, CA
Keane A. ...References available!I have a degree in Applied Mathematics. I have helped students with Algebra 2 for years. I received a perfect score on the GRE Math.
17 Subjects: including geometry, statistics, SPSS, logic
$40.00/hr
Pasadena, CA

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