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Brooke H. ...I've been teaching SAT reading for 8 years. The reading test is standardized-- meaning that there are particular trends and preferences of the test. I help teach these to students, and also help them tease out questions to eliminate wrong answer choices.
52 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, reading, ESL/ESOL
$200.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
Meixian L. ...I assisted professors in laboratories, taught students proper laboratory skills, and answered questions. I also prepared chemical reagents, graded assignments, and lab reports. I am currently working on a research thesis on photoreduction of carbon dioxide to fuels.
8 Subjects: including algebra 1, chemistry, ESL/ESOL, algebra 2
$50.00/hr
San Gabriel, CA
Randy B. ...Understanding how to utilize the combination & permutation equations (nCr & nPr, respectively) and knowing how to avoid overcounting or undercounting will be valuable. With 8+ years as an ACT Tutor, I have plenty of experience tutoring students to excellent scores, including some students to the...
27 Subjects: including algebra 1, chemistry, physics, calculus
$75.00/hr
Van Nuys, CA
Jack H. ...I help them get their basic math tools sharpened so they can be successful as they move into middle math. I connect well with young students. I have a BA in math from CSUN and have taught middle school and high school math for the past 19 years.
15 Subjects: including algebra 1, geometry, GRE, statistics
$45.00/hr
Canyon Country, CA
Cory A. ...I have studied the bible for 24 years. I taught a bible class (The Gospels) at Morrison Academy to 7th graders for two years. I understand Hebrew and read it well.
29 Subjects: including algebra 1, Spanish, chemistry, English
$52.00/hr
Stevenson Ranch, CA

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