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Jeff W. ...More often, I helped some of my friends who were taking Chinese in college. Moreover, I was a research assistant for a professor in Chinese literature in UC Berkeley for almost two years. The most common work I did was selecting excerpts from various classical Chinese literature for the professor, as well as liaison with her counterparts from China.
16 Subjects: including biochemistry, anatomy, physiology, genetics
Pleasanton, CA
Erskine B. I am currently working as an Environmental Engineer for the Environmental Protection Agency in San Francisco. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Biological Engineering from the University of Florida (GO GATORS) as well as a Master of Science in Bioengineering from Georgia In...
24 Subjects: including chemistry, English, biology, writing
Walnut Creek, CA
Eileen Z. I am a patient and knowledgeable tutor in math and science with a PhD Degree in Physics from University of Rochester (NY) and a BS Degree from the top university in China. I used to work as a "Rocket Scientist" in a prominent National Laboratory in US, and also used to work as an Algorithm Engineer in leading edge tech companies. I have been a tutor/instructor in math and science since 2008.
9 Subjects: including ACT Science, SAT math, physics, algebra 2
Pleasanton, CA
Albert K. ...Last but not least, I have had great success tutoring students in multiple subjects for overall grade improvement, especially at the middle- and high-school levels. **Note: I currently only accept students on an application basis (depending on availability and other factors). I may not be able t...
59 Subjects: including organic chemistry, physiology, anatomy, biochemistry
Antioch, CA
Brian P. ...Effectively relating to my tutees meant combining science with mutual topics of interest. For example, I decided to relate chemistry to typical college party: Diffusion is the movement of substance from high concentration to low concentration. We can determine the relative rate at which particles diffuse.
1 Subject: chemistry
San Jose, CA

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