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Randy B. ...I took the CBEST in 2007 with no prep and scored a 222 (123 is passing): 74 Reading, 73 Mathematics, 75 Writing, with highest performance indicators in all skill areas. The test focuses on high school topics in a standardized setting, so as with any standardized test, the key to excelling at the...
22 Subjects: including prealgebra, physics, calculus, geometry
$140.00/hr
Van Nuys, CA
Susan C. ...I have been happily tutoring Statistics for the last 5 years and look forward to many more fruitful tutoring sessions. My Credentials include the following 11 credit units: Intro to Probability and Statistics, Statistics with Computer Application, and Graduate level Advanced Statistics. I have ...
8 Subjects: including prealgebra, statistics, SPSS, psychology
$50.00/hr
Burbank, CA
Giovanni R.
17 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, physics, geometry
$100.00/hr
Beverly Hills, CA
Bruce P. ...All of my students have been successful on both the ACT or the SAT II science. My broad science educational background, especially at the graduate level provides me insights as to how to teach the more complicated topics. In, addition I have 16 years' experience at a graduate level university, teaching both science and math methods to master's level mathematics and science teachers.
12 Subjects: including prealgebra, geometry, biology, anatomy
$70.00/hr
Baldwin Park, CA
Evan W. ...I have ten years experience of public speaking from speaking in classrooms to auditoriums. I have addressed crowds on leadership, networking and business planning. I have also coached my students so they can get a better handle on how they communicate.
67 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, reading, writing
$85.00/hr
North Hollywood, CA

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