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Violet C. ...My intent is to have a supportive learning environment in which the students become active agents in their learning. Instruction is varied to fit each student's learning styles and thus ensure their engagement in a collaborative learning process. I strive to see students individually, in terms of their potential, as well as their unlimited possibilities.
50 Subjects: including accounting, reading, chemistry, writing
Dublin, CA
Jason L. ...Minored in math from UC Berkeley. My coursework included mathematical analysis, so, I have a strong background in the theory of calculus as well. I have successfully passed the 1/P and 2/FM exams and only desire to tutor on those two exams.
33 Subjects: including accounting, calculus, geometry, statistics
San Francisco, CA
Ray S. ...Before graduating from San Diego State University, I tutored high school and junior high school students in math and social studies. After helping one student, parents recommended me to other parents who wanted to obtain tutoring for their sons/daughters. I am a former CPA, have been a profess...
8 Subjects: including accounting, Spanish, ESL/ESOL, business
San Francisco, CA
Panchapagesan R. ...I am eager to help kids excel. I am good at what I do. I am qualified in all ASVAB subjects.
36 Subjects: including accounting, English, reading, writing
Fremont, CA
Sidney L. ...I am very well suited to help anyone with any business subject. Recently I was the Senior Vice President of Operations and CFO for a very large not for profit and previously have been CFO for a number of public companies, President and COO for a large division of the Xerox Corporation and senior...
16 Subjects: including accounting, English, biology, algebra 1
Clayton, CA

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