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Leon Z. ...I not only studied, taught, and tutored physics as mentioned above but also conducted research in physics first as a PhD student, published two papers, and then as a Principal Researcher at a research institute, published a book with ground-breaking theories in physics. Since high-level physics ...
9 Subjects: including algebra 2, calculus, geometry, physics
Stanford, CA
Samantha L. ...I have taught in small language schools as well as at the students' home. Students have ranged from young teenagers to retired professionals from many different countries. Also, I have led many tourist and cultural activities for students visiting the Bay Area.
13 Subjects: including algebra 1, prealgebra, Spanish, English
Moraga, CA
Panchapagesan R. ...I have been teaching high school math for the last 5 years with positive results. I have lot of experience in working with English I love English lit reading and writing I have been teaching at SAT levels for 4 years I have a master's degree in business administration with specialization in finance. I come from a family of chartered accountants.
36 Subjects: including calculus, European history, statistics, algebra 1
Fremont, CA
Eduardo M. ...According to the CollegeBoard website, only about 4% of students improve their SAT scores by at least 100 points. After graduating from college, I earned GRE scores of 164V/158Q, placing me in the top 3% of test-takers During two of my years at college, I worked with the Office of Admissions at ...
54 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, algebra 2, SAT math
San Francisco, CA
Karina R. ...Probability can be a tricky class for many people, because it's a branch of math that is rather unconnected from the other branches students usually learn about. Since there isn't too much to relate it to, it's hard to understand it. The trick is that probability, in its most basic form, is nothing more than counting.
35 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, biology, calculus
San Francisco, CA

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