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Greg M. ...I mentor colleagues and subordinates at all educational levels, and in a number of different disciplines. By putting people at ease, I make it easier for them to grasp concepts and overcome barriers to learning. I adjust my teaching style to to the needs and desires of each student, from an informal, conversational approach to a more structured, lecture-like approach.
24 Subjects: including geometry, physics, calculus, statistics
$50.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Morgan K. ...I am currently a medical student and am available only for online lessons.In high school, I scored a 2120 on the SAT, and was 90th percentile or higher for all of the sections both for the state of California and for the United States. My teaching experience with the ACT began when I was a Branc...
28 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, Spanish, algebra 1
$100.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Stephen B. I graduated from UCSD last June with a BA in Literature and Writing and a minor in Spanish Literature. I have tutored students in all areas of both the SAT and ACT for a little over two years, as well as all levels of Spanish. Test prep is no fun for students, and I strive to make it at least not ...
22 Subjects: including geometry, Spanish, English, reading
$60.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Hannah S. ...I was a member of Mu Alpha Theta, the national math honor society, and competed as a mathlete in MathCounts, an American mathematics competition. I even scored a perfect 800 on the math section of the SAT. I have over 12 years of experience studying Spanish, including a trip to Costa Rica to study abroad.
18 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, Spanish, biology
$50.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Bosko C. ...A: In regular 52-card deck there are 26 black cards (clubs and spades) and 26 red cards (hearts and diamonds). So, probability of drawing first red card is P1=26/52=1/2. Now, we have to draw second red card, but this time we have 25 red cards left inside the 51-card deck. So, probability of drawing second red card is P2=25/51.
15 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, GRE, algebra 1
$50.00/hr
San Marcos, CA

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