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Adam K. ...This program allows me to share the student perspective, and teach almost every level of math and finance. My students would describe me as patient and accommodating. I'm very flexible with hours available.
9 Subjects: including statistics, finance, business, Microsoft Excel
Los Angeles, CA
Edward R. With a B.S in Electrical engineering from CSUN obtained in 1995, I have much real-experience to accompany my academic success. I served as the Analog and Digital Lab Assistant at CSUN from 1994-1995; where I examined the quality and accuracy of students' lab results following the electrical enginee...
9 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, algebra 1, trigonometry
Los Angeles, CA
Corvyn K. ...The main thing I love about tutoring is that I get to connect with other students while learning what my own strengths and weaknesses are. I love being able to interact with people and making a difference in their lives (and grades!), and I find it very satisfying to help others get to where the...
5 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, precalculus
Los Angeles, CA
Andrew G. ...When I took the SAT the maximum score was 1600 and I received a 1500, which was in the 97th percentile at the time. After graduating from UC Berkeley, I took the GRE (like the SAT but for graduate school) and my Verbal Reasoning score was in the 96th percentile, while my Quantitative Reasoning (...
17 Subjects: including statistics, geometry, GRE, ESL/ESOL
Studio City, CA
Dominic S. ...For me, the biggest payoff of tutoring is the moment when the student 'gets it,' when the metaphorical light bulb turns on and what had once been impenetrable becomes straightforward. As for my specific qualifications and thoughts on tutoring math - my SAT Math score was 798. My GRE quantitative score was 770 (old scale, obviously). I received a 5 on the AP Calculus BC test, way back when.
9 Subjects: including statistics, physics, calculus, algebra 2
Venice, CA

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