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Kristy Y. ...Anyway, I have always grown up having to teach my younger brother on the subjects he found difficult, like algebra and calculus. Although I thought it was a chore back then, I have grown to love teaching my peers and friends (and being tutored by them as well - everyone has subjects they are bet...
9 Subjects: including SAT math, calculus, statistics, algebra 1
Los Angeles, CA
Antwain M. ...My love for tutoring stems from my passion to help others succeed and come to realize the wonder of the natural world. In most cases a student only requires a small push in the right direction in order to solve a problem or to learn a new concept. My role is not only to facilitate that learning, but to also build your confidence so that you can become the awesome person that I know you are.
9 Subjects: including SAT math, physics, calculus, algebra 1
Chatsworth, CA
Andrew G. ...More recently, I prepared for the GMAT on my own and scored a 740 (97th percentile) on the first try. Before beginning my MBA at UCLA Anderson and while a student there, I helped scores of men and women prepare for the GMAT, GRE and SAT to get into the schools of their dreams. I completed my MBA at UCLA Anderson in July, 2015.
17 Subjects: including SAT math, geometry, algebra 1, statistics
Studio City, CA
Raffi H. It may seem strange to begin with a statistic, but I trust you will agree it's not wholly inappropriate. During the 2009-2010 school year, my 11 AP Chemistry students had a 100% pass rate with the following score distribution: Seven of them scored a 5, three scored a 4, and one scored a 3. The high scores are greater than three times the national average.
20 Subjects: including SAT math, chemistry, calculus, reading
Glendale, CA
Steven B. ...There are a ton of formulas and identities that many teachers ask students to memorize, however, I don't. I approach Trigonometry more logically, and limit the formula and identity memorization to an absolute minimum. If can be easily derived, why clutter your brain with another memorized formula.
19 Subjects: including SAT math, calculus, finance, geometry
Fountain Valley, CA

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