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Adam K. ...My students would describe me as patient and accommodating. I'm very flexible with hours available. If you or someone you know needs help with their academics contact me.
9 Subjects: including statistics, finance, business, Microsoft Excel
$50.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
Ruben G. ...Math is not an esoteric subject reserved only for geniuses in ivory towers. The bottom line is it makes sense when you get it. I will explain why it makes sense to me, and in the same way it will make sense to you too.
5 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, trigonometry, linear algebra
$50.00/hr
Northridge, CA
Nicole M. ...I started tutoring math voluntarily when I was a sophomore in high school and then continued to do so professionally while at UCLA. I can teach all levels and ages; I have taught students from the 3rd grade all the way up to college. I love teaching math because math is all about understanding rules.
23 Subjects: including statistics, reading, calculus, geometry
$60.00/hr
Santa Monica, CA
Brian G. ...I know how it feels when teachers talk down to their students - plenty of engineering profs don't get this. With kindness and empathy, the learning experience becomes comfortable and even enjoyable. I also try to instill trust!
54 Subjects: including statistics, reading, chemistry, physics
$55.00/hr
North Hollywood, CA
Andrew G. ...My SAT score was 1500 -- the maximum was 1600 at this time.) I employ a balanced focus on the quantitative or verbal concepts themselves (e.g. ratios, geometry, algebra, idioms, analogies, verb tenses) and general strategies (e.g. reading the answers first, backsolving, choosing numbers, time ma...
17 Subjects: including statistics, geometry, GRE, ESL/ESOL
$65.00/hr
Studio City, CA

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