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Simon Chun Man L. ...I graduated a Bachelor Degree of Science in Mathematics from UCLA in 2006. My coursework is extensive. Even though I have no formal experience on tutoring students, I have experiences to help classmates discuss and solve mathematical problems at college life, I believe I will be able to work as a tutor.
9 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
Alhambra, CA
Howard F. ...Additionally, I am a qualified (at WyzAnt) history tutor. My extensive experience in these areas gives me an edge in helping my students improve their knowledge of social studies. I am a college professor and a high school teacher.
60 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, reading, English
Valley Village, CA
Michael Z. ...Just like your pursuit now, I had realized my advanced US degrees in 1993 (M.S.) and 2005 (Ph.D.) through my own hard working. I believe those give my career value lifelong. I have been an engineer, consultant and professor either in US (15 years) or China (20 years). I helped my daughter in her study, and I want to help more kids for their growth!
13 Subjects: including algebra 2, SAT math, algebra 1, precalculus
Temple City, CA
Julien B. ...My tutoring experience has largely been limited to college level classes, but I hope to mostly tutor middle school and high school students. I want to instill an appreciation for mathematics in younger students so that it has more time to grow in an academic setting. I am open to tutoring some college level classes, but will do so at my discretion.
15 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, English, writing
Los Angeles, CA
Kris L. ...I’ll help you get a real grasp on why they work and what they mean. When you do have to memorize, I’ll help you with clever (and sometimes silly) memory tools so that they’ll stick to your brain for test time. Trigonometry represents a new way for students to think about mathematical concepts.
24 Subjects: including algebra 1, calculus, algebra 2, physics
Westminster, CA

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