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Renee G. ...During college, I pole vaulted for the UCLA NCAA Division 1 Track and Field Team. While I have received peer learning/tutoring from both UCLA athletics and the Academic Advancement Program, I now hope to give back and help tutor others! I have a lot of experience volunteering with youth and believe I would make a greater tutor.
14 Subjects: including statistics, algebra 1, MCAT, elementary math
Los Angeles, CA
Carlos H. ...I am very charismatic and engaging. I believe in working for what I want, and I want to encourage students to schedule a session with me so that we can both work our way towards bettering ourselves and achieving our dreams of success. I am a second year Chemical Engineering student at USC.
28 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, physics
Los Angeles, CA
Sidy D. ...I vehemently believe that a successful tutor should not only embody good communication skills, an unshakable dedication, a strong commitment and a lifelong patience, but also be able to build a certain confidence in the student that anyone can be made a genius. This can be done by showing the st...
20 Subjects: including statistics, French, physics, prealgebra
Tustin, CA
ASHOT A. I am a freelance tutor ready and willing to tutor students in math, writing, psychology, etc. I graduated from UCI with a bachelors in political science. I just recently graduated from Pepperdine with a masters in psychology.
39 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, writing
Northridge, CA
Bavly I. ...I am generally available for tutoring everyday. I can travel to students or tutor them online. My rate is $60/hour for in-person and $45/hour online.
24 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, English, reading
Torrance, CA

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