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Maique V. ...I am also a part-time baby sitter and I am great with children. My favorite topics are math, physics, and life science so I would like to tutor those subjects. I took 11 AP classes in high school and I would love to us my experience to offer informative guidance to those who need my help.
33 Subjects: including genetics, calculus, physical science, biology
Los Angeles, CA
Anna C. ...I am an expert in this area, yet pride myself on being able to explain concepts simply to the beginner. In my academic career, I studied introductory chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry. I have a very good understanding of introductory chemistry and have tutored many students in this subject.
10 Subjects: including zoology, algebra 1, algebra 2, biology
Thousand Oaks, CA
Peter L. ...I know what topics most students struggle with (i.e. Sn1/Sn2/E1/E2, acids/bases/buffers, cellular respiration/photosynthesis, etc) and will teach you what you need to know in a very effective yet simplified manner. Teachers know the areas that students are weak on and they write their exams with these "curve breaker" concepts to separate the A’s from the B's and C's.
12 Subjects: including genetics, writing, biochemistry, proofreading
Pacific Palisades, CA
Michael H. ...I've tutored young and old, individuals and groups, rich and poor, those in need of remedial work and those wanting to get an "A". Though I don't truly need more business, a colleague told me about WyzAnt -- and I want to try it. I believe that comprehension and performance are equally important to learning a subject and that each facilitates the other.
46 Subjects: including ACT Science, chemistry, ecology, physics
Los Angeles, CA
Diane S. ...My approach is to build your confidence and resiliency by: 1) exploring the conflicts you are experiencing in your writing (doesn't make sense/not enough time/hard to find words/don't know what to say) 2) accept and embrace them (you aren't crazy and you aren't bad--writing is hard!) and 3) do wh...
13 Subjects: including biology, philosophy, psychology, English
Burbank, CA

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