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Dan K. ...Biostatistics uses basic statistical concepts but simply geared to the biological sciences. Recently I tutored a biostatistics student and significantly raised his grade. I graduated from UCSD with a math degree.
44 Subjects: including physical science, reading, physics, English
Los Angeles, CA
Fabrizio P. ...I really believe in tutoring as a way to improve your grades in the short term, and as a long term investment to set a completely new point of view about studying. In fact, learning should always be an easy and pleasant experience for everyone, because it is one of the most beautiful activities that one can engage in. My experience as a tutor makes me very comfortable about my skills.
18 Subjects: including physical science, philosophy, physics, algebra 1
Los Angeles, CA
Nemanja B. ...This was a great opportunity for me to share my passion for physical sciences, geology. I started tutoring first my classmates, and then networking did the rest. My approach in teaching is systematic.
2 Subjects: including physical science, geology
Los Angeles, CA
Michelle N. ...I really enjoy this subject because it is the roots of my genetics major. My deep understanding for genetics enables me to understand, and therefore teach, biology at a very high level. My mother was an English major and always took time out to make sure I excelled in English.
11 Subjects: including genetics, physical science, reading, biology
Los Angeles, CA
William R. ...I was lighting tech in TV when networks switched from film to HD. My knowledge HD and other digital mediums is extensive. I have an LAS degree, concentration film/writing.
29 Subjects: including anthropology, psychology, ESL/ESOL, sociology
Los Angeles, CA

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