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Kristen A. ...Furthermore, an increasing number of college degrees and certificates require you to take algebra. Although it can be a challenge at first (it's a completely new way of looking at math!), I believe everyone can succeed and do my best to teach to way each student learns. I love seeing things "cl...
38 Subjects: including ACT Math, ACT Reading, ACT English, reading
$100.00/hr
Laguna Beach, CA
Erin M. ...My broad academic background includes a Bachelor's Degree in Anthropology from UCLA as well as a TEFL/TESL certificate from UCI to teach and tutor non-native English speakers. I love kids and come from a large family- I have 3 sisters, 1 brother, and a Yorkie named Rocco who is very friendly and...
33 Subjects: including ACT Reading, ACT English, reading, biology
$40.00/hr
Irvine, CA
Kristin K. ...I strive to set attainable goals and create a plan to get you there. I tutor several subjects: English/ESL/ELL/SAT/ACT/Reading/Writing/Pronunciation/Grammar/Speaking. I can also help to create speeches, written documents for work, letters, and resumes.
15 Subjects: including ACT English, reading, English, writing
$40.00/hr
Aliso Viejo, CA
Jon R. ...The nationalities of my students have included, Japanese, Thai, Chinese, Korean, South American and even students from European countries. This experience has given me insight into some of the common difficulties students from different parts of the world have learning English. With this knowledge, I am better able to help students with their pronunciation, grammar and speaking challenges.
11 Subjects: including ACT Reading, English, reading, writing
$40.00/hr
Mission Viejo, CA
Bosko C. ...Using Pythagorean Theorem (c^2=a^2+b^2) find length of c, which is in this case equal to c=sqrt(8^2+6^2)=sqrt(64+36)=sqrt(100)=10. This means that radius of the circle is r=c/2=10/2=5. So, area of the circle is: A=r^2*pi=5^2*pi=25*pi.
15 Subjects: including ACT Math, calculus, geometry, GRE
$50.00/hr
San Marcos, CA

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