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Julia S. ...As a snowboarder, rugby player, cellist, and avid traveller, I have experiences to draw on to relate to any student. Tutoring, teaching, coaching, any position where I get to watch individuals learn that they're capable of more than they previously believed has always been a passion of mine. I have a PhD in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering from Johns Hopkins University.
17 Subjects: including chemistry, swimming, soccer, fitness
San Mateo, CA
Brian O. ...In my professional career, I relied on geometry to help my job in finding optimal cutting from a piece of raw material. In order to be good at geometry one needs to be familiar with orientation, lines, figures, shapes, rotation, reflection, transforms and graphical method. Therefore the key to ...
10 Subjects: including electrical engineering, geometry, Chinese, algebra 1
San Francisco, CA
Christina L. ...I have found this style to be highly effective for results-focused tutoring. In addition, I have participated in an MIT program called "Four Weeks For America" during which I was placed with a Teach For America Teacher in Kingstree, South Carolina. My responsibilities included teaching lessons, planning lessons, and assisting individual students.
24 Subjects: including physical science, ACT Science, biology, chemistry
Stanford, CA
Jeffrey L. ...As an teacher, I am friendly, patient and encouraging to those learning about a subject. I take care to ensure understanding through quizzes, and by conversing with the student about the subject. I also am talented at breaking down difficult material and explaining it in a way easy to understand, tailored to the level the student is at.
29 Subjects: including organic chemistry, ACT Science, microbiology, biostatistics
Santa Clara, CA
Greg T. ...I graduated Cum Laude from Albany college of Pharmacy in 1985 and obtain my license first in New York. I then relocated to the Bay Area in 1990 and took the two-part exam (with essay) here in California. At that time reciprocity was not allowed since the California State Board of Pharmacy had their own exam and did not use a national exam such as NAPLEX.
1 Subject: pharmacology
Pacifica, CA

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