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Vladimir K. ...The positive reviews left by many of my statistics students attest to my effectiveness in helping them with statistics. I prepare students for the following SAT tests: SAT RT Math (the “big” SAT) and SAT Subject Math Level 2. I began tutoring for these tests as an instructor for a couple of premier Test Prep companies.
14 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
$75.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
Brent M. ...I am unique in that I use my iPad and various other internet sites in instruction and encourage students to use technology too. I assist people with homework,test prep and homework. I am qualified to help adults as well, so please look at my other certifications for test prep.I teach math to students using an IPAD and internet resources.
9 Subjects: including prealgebra, writing, ASVAB, algebra 1
$60.00/hr
Novato, CA
Mayumi B. ...Currently I am a mother of a 12 year old and she thinks I am great at breaking down the math problems to the simplest level. I would like to share my skills to help you understand and improve your math studies and make you feel more confident and comfortable with your school work. I have also tutored Japanese in U.K. as well as here in U.S.
5 Subjects: including prealgebra, Japanese, algebra 1, algebra 2
$50.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
Josh J. ...I have a large classroom-sized board in my apartment, and I bring a portable one to my students' homes. College classes I've tutored include single/multivariable, and business calculus (this student went from failing his first midterm to getting an A for the course), and real analysis. Middle t...
21 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, geometry, GRE
$120.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
Ray D. ...My students are familiar with, "Use what you know to solve what you don't know." With unknowns ("x" and/or "y"), there are many ways to approach a problem. When a student is struggling, I like to use a simple approach. Taking a basic problem like "3X + 6 = 12", for example, and then narrowing down what a possible answer could be.
12 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, geometry, statistics
$50.00/hr
San Rafael, CA

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