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George X. ...Calculus was my basic subject in my university education. I were tutor for high school student in subject calculus AP. Geometry is a basic subject in math for high school students.
9 Subjects: including physics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Santa Clara, CA
Clark M. ...I have a 24 hour cancellation policy. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you achieve success in your studies.I am a UC Berkeley graduate with a BS degree in Chemistry. I have a masters degree in inorganic chemistry from Northwestern University.
16 Subjects: including organic chemistry, physics, chemistry, calculus
Santa Clara, CA
Zeba K. ...Tutoring can take many forms depending on how committed the student is. I can come up with a lesson plan to teach the topic, design quizzes or exams, and help make study guides/notecards. My goal is to provide multiple sources for the student to efficiently grasp the concept.
12 Subjects: including zoology, GRE, anatomy, biology
Santa Clara, CA
Stacey S. ...I have been advising and counseling students in college admissions for over 20 years and can help students maximize their potential. I do this by showing students how to improve their college essays, consider the importance of extra-curricular activities and the types of community involvement st...
75 Subjects: including archaeology, anthropology, English, Spanish
San Jose, CA
James E. ...Since I have also worked as a researcher and developer in "corporate America", I can easily share the relevance of algebra in the technical workplace. Yes, I have used high school algebra in my research. I have taught Chemistry at several high schools and enjoyed it greatly.
19 Subjects: including physics, chemistry, Spanish, calculus
San Jose, CA

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