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Leon Z. ...I know you’ve definitely put his mind at ease, too!” These are just the very firsts — they say one improves with experience. A recent student who "will be very happy to get a C" (meaning was doing worse without my help) got an A-! And that was in Linear Algebra, a very abstract and difficult cla...
9 Subjects: including physics, calculus, geometry, algebra 2
Stanford, CA
Christina L. ...Through this program, I had the opportunity to work with students in a disadvantaged community. We faced unique challenges that allowed me to build upon my overall teaching skills. Finally, I have experience teaching a nutrition program (which I designed myself) to over 1500 students in Boston and Phoenix.
24 Subjects: including physical science, ACT Science, biology, chemistry
Stanford, CA
Tara L. ...I am very flexible with regard to scheduling tutoring sessions and I look forward to speaking with you! Currently, I teach pre-k and am studying for a multiple subject credential. Most recently, I completed coursework in the science of learning for k-12 students, constructive classroom conversations, writing for young readers as well as the foundations of teaching for learning.
21 Subjects: including physical science, philosophy, genetics, sociology
San Mateo, CA
Anjali B. ...I took the bar exam this past July for the first time and passed. Only 48.6% of Californians passed. I took Barbri for my prep course.
4 Subjects: including chemistry, organic chemistry, bar exam, SAT math
Los Altos, CA
Noah K. I am a second-year phD student in physics at Stanford, where I conduct research on Dark Matter for the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search at Stanford/SLAC. I have taught courses in both astronomy and physics, including but not limited to Galactic and Extragalactic astrophysics as well as experimental phy...
7 Subjects: including physics, astronomy, calculus, computer science
Palo Alto, CA

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