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Andrew L. Hi, my name is Andrew, I graduated from UC Santa Cruz in 2014 and I just spent the last year working on an internship at National Taiwan University working with mesenchymal stem cells. I just got back recently and I realized that I would like to spend some of my spare time tutoring. I really enjoy working with people and seeing them succeed.
16 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, biology
Fountain Valley, CA
Giovanni R. ...I spend most of my time in lab at UCLA, so I can either meet at one of the local coffee shops in Westwood, or my private office in lab. I am also able drive to locations, but I would only ask that the timing not be around rush-hour in LA. Before our meeting I'd also like it if you could message me what specific area of math/physics you need help with.
17 Subjects: including statistics, physics, geometry, calculus
Beverly Hills, CA
Juan A. ...I have also been teaching Quickbooks Acccouting in vocational schools since 1996. I've migrated businesses accounting systems data/databases from and to Quickbooks using the import/export tools. I've set up Quickbooks for medical clinics, trucking companies, wholesalers, service companies, schools and property managers.
34 Subjects: including statistics, geometry, accounting, algebra 1
Huntington Park, CA
Tina D. ...I have previously taught summer school Math programs, as well as tutoring in after school studies. My experience runs from Elementary through College level Math courses. Although Math and teaching math are true passions of mine, I did not choose math as a major nor teaching as a career.
16 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Long Beach, CA
Ari S. ...Also, I took a class in combinatorics at UCLA. I worked in electrical engineering using applied mathematics and algorithm development to solve problems dealing with the Global Positioning System and Error Correction Coding. Linear Algebra was necessary for the Kalman Filter and for least squares estimation.
17 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, physics, geometry
Huntington Beach, CA

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