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Susan S. ...I have a passion for teaching the younger children to read, write and do math very early on in the school years. This is SOOOO important to get a head start in their education as learning the skills early will help them succeed in their other subjects. I work with the student on all English gra...
20 Subjects: including geometry, Spanish, reading, GED
Corona Del Mar, CA
Anna K. ...I like to incorporate creative learning styles to help with long term comprehension.I have been tutoring elementary age children for three years. I have worked with students in every grade from kindergarten to sixth grade in every subject. I love working with children and have an excellent understanding of elementary school material.
18 Subjects: including geometry, reading, biology, algebra 1
Santa Ana, CA
Bryan C. I am a college student at Fullerton College. I am looking to earn some extra money in order to pay for textbooks and classes. I prefer to tutor in math.
22 Subjects: including geometry, reading, calculus, English
La Habra, CA
Eden F. ...The PSAT is a gauge. It is a guide to help determine how well you'll do on the SAT and if you do well, you may receive financial aid in college. The PSAT is just like the SAT: it is designed to see how well you can take a test.
32 Subjects: including geometry, English, reading, writing
Pomona, CA
Jerome C. ...I had received a perfect score of 800 on my SAT II mathematics level 2 exam and a 780 on the mathematics section of the SAT I. During my tutoring experiences I have specialized in teaching mathematics, especially at the high school level. During my time at Whitney I received a 4 on my AP Calculus BC exam.
8 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, algebra 2, algebra 1
Cerritos, CA

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