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Randy B. ...I graduated from UCLA with an engineering degree, and there I found a passion for tutoring and counseling students. While I tutor in all academic subjects, I specialize in both standardized testing (SAT/ACT, ISEE, CHSPE, etc.) & all levels of high school and early college math (Prealgebra, Algeb...
24 Subjects: including prealgebra, algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus
$120.00/hr
Van Nuys, CA
Steven Z. ...In 9th and 10th grade, I started a debate club at my high school and organized several in-school debate tournaments, in addition to attending a local high school's tournament. I began specializing in Lincoln-Douglas debate during this time. In 11th grade, I switched high schools and joined a premiere Public Speaking team that ranked in the top 1% of the nation.
31 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, American history, Microsoft Excel
$32.00/hr
Calabasas, CA
Joyce H. ...I taught self-contained classes in grades 4 - 7, teaching all subjects, until I transferred to LAUSD in 1990. At that time I chose to specialize in teaching math in grades 6 - 8. In helping students at this level it is often necessary to back-track and review or possibly reteach topics taught in earlier elementary grades.
3 Subjects: including algebra 1, prealgebra, elementary math
$60.00/hr
Winnetka, CA
Michel M. ...I bring my own supplies, and I am known for creating practice tests on the spot when my students have no homework assignments to work on. In high school I took every math through AP Calculus. In college I took Applied Calculus, Business Finance, Statistics, and of course all the required Accounting courses.
16 Subjects: including calculus, elementary (k-6th), statistics, economics
$50.00/hr
Thousand Oaks, CA
Katie B. ...I begin with the sound unit, the individual sounds that make up words (c) (a) (t) or (m) (u) (ch). Sometimes a single sound can be made up of more than one letter, like in mu(ch). Then, I moves to the syllable unit (in) (tro) (spec) (tive) or (sub) (se) (quent) (ly). Next, is the word unit, th...
16 Subjects: including prealgebra, algebra 1, reading, writing
$68.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA

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