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Marlon H. ...I was born and grew up in Taiwan and received my BS degree. I also received MS from Tokyo institute of Technology. I speak fluent Japanese too.
29 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, physics
Pleasanton, CA
Nicholas N. ...I have a large amount of experience also giving talks and lectures through my organizations on topics from pitching ideas, getting into college, medical school admissions process, etc. Teaching has also helped me develop strong public speaking skills, so I feel confident to give you both the sma...
32 Subjects: including statistics, reading, physics, writing
Berkeley, CA
Giancarl J. ...I read about the banking industry in my spare time and seek out new developments in the banking industry. I have worked with statistics as an undergrad, grad, through studying for the CFA charter, and helped adults at the community college level with their coursework. I have worked in the finan...
7 Subjects: including statistics, accounting, algebra 1, finance
Walnut Creek, CA
Anna H. I currently am a Senior double major in Psychology and Statistics with a 3.97 at UC Davis. Additionally, I scored a 5 on the AP Literature test, AP Calculus AB test, and AP Psychology test, as well as a 800 on the SAT Math II test. I have received an A or A+ in the courses of Elementary Statistic...
20 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, GED, geometry
Fremont, CA
Dabin C. ...Thus I am ready to sit down next to the tutee and help them in any way I can. I believe that students' greatest weakness is not the inability to learn, but the inability to tell someone that they don't know how to learn and that they need help. That applies to students of all ages, and tutors who can sympathize and understand those boundaries can reach out and help students the most.
19 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, physics
Berkeley, CA

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