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Sabreena M. ...I excelled in geometry in high school, and am comfortable applying the principles of geometry to higher levels of math. I started tutoring pre-calculus for the 2012 academic year and have had great results with my students thus far. I took five years of Spanish culminating in my junior year of high school when I scored a 5 on the AP Spanish exam.
18 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, Spanish, biology
$60.00/hr
Santa Monica, CA
Matt H. ...However, I make sure students also master the problem solving techniques acquired in Algebra since many Geometry problems involve eventually involve basic algebra and solving equations. During my 10 plus years of tutoring I have helped multiple students in Prealgebra. I have tutored students c...
18 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, GRE, algebra 1
$60.00/hr
Marina Del Rey, CA
Brooke H. ...I help teach these to students, and also help them tease out questions to eliminate wrong answer choices. Much of doing well in reading comprehension has to do with precision and clarity-- I teach techniques so that students can better understand the intent of the author and silence their own op...
52 Subjects: including statistics, reading, English, writing
$200.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
Sam G. ...Many of the students were fresh out of high school and others had taken time off from school, but almost all had not taken a mathematics course in years, so I did my best to bring them up to speed and ensure their success, receiving much positive feedback in the process. I have taken a formal cl...
22 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, physics, calculus
$40.00/hr
Northridge, CA
Sarah N. ...A married couple have two kids, one of them is a girl. (Assume safely that the probability of each gender is 1/2.) What is the probability that the other kid is also a girl? Hint: It is not 1/2 as you would first think. This is an example of a typical statistics question using your understanding of conditional probability.
20 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, differential equations, ACT Math
$80.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA

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