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Andrew V. ...I am extremely comfortable teaching pre-algebra, algebra 1, geometry, algebra 2, trigonometry, discrete math, and integrated math. In addition, I have experience teaching GED, ASVAB, SAT, ACT, and CAHSEE prep. I am available most afternoons and evenings and would prefer to tutor individuals in the South Bay.
14 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, geometry, ASVAB
$45.00/hr
Chula Vista, CA
Rosana Q. ...I love working with younger kids and am more than willing to help them improve as well. The key to a successful student is the ability to be organized and disciplined. If you're having trouble with your student finishing homework and/or fully preparing for tests and exams, I will be able to tea...
21 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, writing, geometry
$40.00/hr
Chula Vista, CA
Jesslin G. ...The subject I am the most confident in is definitely Math, specifically any form of algebra but I have taken up to Calculus 2 classes in college. I am very patient when tutoring and understand that math is not any easy subject for many people. I have plenty of experience in math tutoring and have helped many friends and family pass their classes.
5 Subjects: including algebra 1, ESL/ESOL, algebra 2, elementary math
$25.00/hr
Chula Vista, CA
Mark M. ...The first stage was simply reading from a script-in-hand, and the final stage was expected to feature a memorized script, correct Latin pronunciation, appropriate emotion and gestures, and the correct wearing of a Roman toga. The final-stage presentations were all video-taped. My work since the...
25 Subjects: including algebra 1, calculus, geometry, GRE
$40.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Stephen B. ...It was tense." Favorite math fact: You can create irrational numbers out of real-world measurements. For example, you can make the square root of 2 by drawing the diagonal of a square. Or, you can derive pie by dividing the circumference of a circle by its diameter.
22 Subjects: including algebra 1, Spanish, reading, English
$60.00/hr
San Diego, CA

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