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Yue W. ...I'm passionate and really love to teach students and help them achieve great improvement. I know students and I know how to help them. I have a bachelor's degree in math and physics and I have tutored many students before.
19 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, geometry, statistics
San Francisco, CA
GANESH M. ...I am interested in making a difference to your life - no matter what your age (adult learners are welcome)! My approach to guiding you would initially involve doing a swot analysis on the subject of interest you'd like to get better at. Based on your expectations and resources, I can work with ...
27 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, geometry, statistics
San Francisco, CA
John P. ...Find your instructor confusing? Wondering just what complex numbers are good for? Beginning to think these subjects are just too hard, that you will never ‘get it’? Don’t worry, I can help.
39 Subjects: including calculus, English, chemistry, reading
Santa Rosa, CA
Jairus V. ...My style of tutoring is an inquiry-based learning system that focuses on critical thinking and deduction rather than memorizing procedures. The idea behind this approach is that students will have to constantly incorporate previous topics solidifying their mastery in the subject. Students that ...
15 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, geometry, algebra 1
Pleasant Hill, CA
Ali C. ...A little about myself, I completed my B.Sc. degree in Meteorology from Penn State in May of 2014. Meteorology is heavily involved in math (it used to be considered a math major), which lead me to take Calc I, II, & III, and partial and differential equations. From August 2014-May 2015 I worked ...
2 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1
Oakland, CA

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