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Keith R. ...I have a Bachelor's degree in Information Technology that included significant immersion into computer programming. Among the languages I studied were C++, Visual Basic, Java Script, PHP, and many others. In addition, I have personally developed many websites and applications using a variety of programming languages.
32 Subjects: including archaeology, English, reading, Spanish
$25.00/hr
Chula Vista, CA
Patricia J. ...I have always enjoyed having the opportunity to help other students in need and worked as an English teacher with a local Refugee network in Tucson, AZ teaching English classes as well as with high school students for three consecutive summers as they took an array of different courses through th...
8 Subjects: including anthropology, reading, ESL/ESOL, world history
$35.00/hr
Chula Vista, CA
Edward C. ...I’ve performed well on standardized tests (SATs and GREs) and am excited to help others conquer these necessary exams! I took calculus up to Calculus IV (differential equations) so I can also help with those pesky integrals. I've worked as a tutor for almost a year and have helped dozens of students understand complex concepts and master standardized tests.
16 Subjects: including physiology, ACT Reading, ACT English, algebra 1
$40.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Mark R. ...I enjoy providing positive, targeted support to help students learn math concepts. I have a diverse background to draw upon, which helps me describe how math concepts are applied in real life. Prior to teaching I worked for a public account firm, marketed sporting goods, and managed several business services firms.
29 Subjects: including anthropology, reading, archaeology, writing
$60.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Stephen B. ...It was tense." Favorite math fact: You can create irrational numbers out of real-world measurements. For example, you can make the square root of 2 by drawing the diagonal of a square. Or, you can derive pie by dividing the circumference of a circle by its diameter.
22 Subjects: including ACT Science, reading, English, biology
$60.00/hr
San Diego, CA

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