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Paul W. ...Upon graduation, I plan to apply to graduate programs in Financial Engineering, Economics, and Statistics. I've done a fair amount of tutoring in both subjects mostly for other students in the classes I'm taking. A major advantage to my tutoring is that I am still in college.
5 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, precalculus, economics
Westminster, CA
Rudy C. ...The SAT is all about thinking. There is a way to approach it and way to make it more difficult than it needs to be. I have worked with many students with the SAT and the ACT and the MCAT and other tests.
48 Subjects: including statistics, reading, chemistry, geometry
Mission Viejo, CA
Erol K. ...These areas are most heavily populated with math subjects. Math is the foundation for engineering. I have been math oriented all of my life.
15 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, physics, algebra 2
Long Beach, CA
Chip S. ...California provisional certification. 20 years tutoring High School Math. 18 yrs HS Math Teacher: NYS permanent cert, CA prov cert 20+ yrs Math Tutor New York State certified Math Teacher with 18 years classroom experience. Among other styles, I've taught Common Core, accelerated, and included classes. I've tutored Math successfully for over 20 years.
21 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Laguna Beach, CA
Quyen H. ...I am lenient in my cancellation policy and I am willing to reschedule lessons if I am informed 6 hours in advance. Tutoring is a great responsibility and tutors must be able to adapt and learn from their students. I am always open to any feedback and suggestions so as to improve my tutoring abilities.
24 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, geometry, ESL/ESOL
Baldwin Park, CA

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