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Veer K. ...One student passed the CBEST and is now a Special Education Teacher. My second student is a High School Math Teacher in San Marcos. I had helped him for both Part I and Part II of CBEST.
17 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, physics, geometry
San Diego, CA
Eric A. Hello! My name is Eric, and I hold a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Cognitive Science from the University of California - San Diego. I began tutoring math in high school, volunteering to assist an Algebra 1 class for 4 hours per week.
9 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
San Diego, CA
Rebecca M. ...While teaching math for most of my classes, I have also taught multiple study skills classes. Some specifically for math, and some to help with organization within and between subjects. I am credentialed to teach kindergarten through 8th grade in any subject.
19 Subjects: including statistics, reading, geometry, algebra 1
San Diego, CA
Charles A. I have been teaching at the community college and university level for over 25 years. My love for teaching and desire to help students learn are the main reasons why I have been doing this for so long. I believe that every student is capable of learning if given the right encouragement and tools.
3 Subjects: including statistics, economics, Microsoft Excel
Temecula, CA
Christine T. ...Once I started college, it made sense to me to choose tutoring as a career. Tutoring for the university was a particularly notable experience because I tutored students with learning disabilities, and this helped me become more flexible in my tutoring strategies. I am always ready and willing to learn new things.
73 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, Spanish, writing
Vista, CA

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