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Emily Q. ...I am a very easy going, flexible in terms of learning styles, eagerness to accept challenges, and a strong emphasis on the importance of making neural connections among different concepts (instead of simple memorization). I am also happy to guide students about ways to minimize their cognitive lo...
17 Subjects: including statistics, reading, chemistry, writing
San Francisco, CA
Nicholas N. ...I look forward to hearing from you and helping you master the topics you are studying! I can tutor ACT Math, ACT English, ACT Reading, ACT Writing, ACT Science, SAT Math, SAT Writing, Algebra 2, Algebra 1, Statistics, AP Statistics, AP Physics, AP Chemistry, AP Calculus BC/AB, Introduction to Co...
32 Subjects: including statistics, reading, physics, writing
Berkeley, CA
Lizzie M. ...For the past 4 years, I've been accommodating all kinds of Special needs students, from students with ADD, to students with physical disabilities. As a tutor with a learning disability, I know that public school can be incredibly frustrating if you haven't received adequate help, but I also know...
19 Subjects: including statistics, reading, English, American history
Santa Cruz, CA
Alan Z. ...During that time, I have taught hundreds of students, from children and teens to young adults, to understand how to study and learn on their own. I have also taught these students to write excellent college applications and essays, and many of them have been accepted to top tier schools. I have a Master's degree in Business, and I have been a successful businessman for nearly 40 years.
36 Subjects: including statistics, reading, chemistry, English
San Jose, CA
Dabin C. ...Discrete mathematics is different from most advanced mathematics because it does not involve complex differential equations. It has to do with concepts like countably infinite, combinations, probabilities, and contrapositives. I know how difficult and confusing these concepts are, and I also know how to derive and learn them.
19 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, physics
Berkeley, CA

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