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Yumiko K. ...Japanese is my native language and I am fluent in English. I had tutored Japanese for several years. I have experience with photoshop for the past 10 years.
13 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, Japanese, ESL/ESOL
Pasadena, CA
Matthew W. ...At my most recent tutoring position I met a young man who was failing grade school math; but, together we worked hard and he rose his grade, passed and moved on to the next course. I know that if we work together, with dedication and motivation, you can succeed. I am a recent graduate of UC Irvine with a Bachelor's in Anthropology and a minor in Biological Sciences.
14 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, biology
Monrovia, CA
Kiki A. Most of the time my students fall into two groups: those who already know they are or can be good at math and those who don't. Either way, my aim is to build students' confidence in their math ability as well as their belief in the accessibility of different math principles. A lot of times there i...
22 Subjects: including reading, English, Spanish, chemistry
Beverly Hills, CA
Eric R. ...I can teach classical and jazz as well, since I studied both subjects from my youth through college. I can teach sight reading to those who have a very difficult time with it, and that's actually become a specialty of mine lately. I had a tough time learning when I was younger, but I had good ears, so reading was very frustrating for me.
6 Subjects: including piano, guitar, music theory, ear training
Los Angeles, CA
Glen C. ...My approach to chemistry involves two techniques, which I describe below. When approaching problem-solving chemistry, you need to put pencil to paper and try different approaches. Often, it's not use to attempt to figure out the best approach in advance; you're better off trying several ways immediately, and seeing what you get.
1 Subject: chemistry
Beverly Hills, CA

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