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Charles T. ...I have now had success working with students in middle school, high school, and college students. I have also worked with older students returning to school after years away. I have worked with top level advanced students seeking a deeper understanding as well as struggling and ADHD students.
23 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 2
Alameda, CA
Karina R. ...I first took Calculus my last year of high school, and I remember it as being quite a paradigm shift from all the math I knew. I then went on to take many more calculus and calculus-based classes, so I became used to these concepts, but I always remember my first encounter with it when I tutor i...
35 Subjects: including statistics, Spanish, chemistry, physics
San Francisco, CA
Terry S. ...I specialize in algebra, statistics and econometrics but I am not limited to those subjects! Most importantly, I use the simplest and shortest way to make sure my students understand! I am a Statistics Master student at San Jose State University.
3 Subjects: including statistics, economics, econometrics
San Francisco, CA
Joey B. ...I worked with students both individually and in small group settings. I evaluated the level of understanding that the students had with the material, and offered additional knowledge that I felt would allow them to learn and be more successful both inside and outside the class. Students and I worked out multiple step problems in an organized approach.
25 Subjects: including statistics, reading, chemistry, physics
San Rafael, CA
Vladimir K. ...I tutor AP Statistics and college level introductory statistics courses for various disciplines: behavioral sciences, economics, health sciences, business, etc. Many students, who are new to statistics, think of it as “pure math” subject. However, a big part in learning statistics is to apply statistical reasoning to the real world situations.
14 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
San Francisco, CA

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