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Hamid D. I have taught in public and private colleges for the last 5 years. Math is not fundamentally difficult. There are some myths about math.
8 Subjects: including physics, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
Hayward, CA
Christopher R. I am newly commissioned Medical Services Officer in the United States Army Reserves and UCSD graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Physiology and Neuroscience. I am confident in my skills as a tutor because of my academic success taking difficult courses such as multicellular life, biochemical tec...
6 Subjects: including chemistry, algebra 1, biology, prealgebra
Union City, CA
Jianzhong L. ...Over the past four years, I have the privilege to tutor many students in the Cupertino School District, and all of them achieved their GPA goals, i.e., became straight A students. All my private SAT students earned 790-800 in math and physics, the only ACT student earned a perfect score 36, and ...
15 Subjects: including ACT Science, physics, calculus, statistics
Sunnyvale, CA
Violet C. ...Reading is an intensive process in which the eye quickly moves to assimilate text. Reading skill (literacy) is the ability to use the symbols of a writing system. This ability is used so you are able to interpret the information symbols represent, and then re-create those same symbols so that others can derive the same meaning.
44 Subjects: including civil engineering, writing, biochemistry, organic chemistry
Dublin, CA
Christopher K. ...Since 2009, I have been teaching critical thinking, logic, ethics, comparative religion, and introductory philosophy, for several local and national colleges and universities that include Southern New Hampshire University, Northern Virginia Community College, Ashford University, DeVry University,...
10 Subjects: including philosophy, reading, writing, literature
San Jose, CA

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