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John P. ...Tutoring students gives me the satisfaction of watching students blossom while earning a bit of cash to keep my kid in Legos.I am a Ph.D. chemist who has taught at the university and high school level. It is my experience that problems with study skill generally result from lack of routine, fail...
39 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, organic chemistry, biology
Santa Rosa, CA
MICHAEL S. ...I'm here to help you understand and hopefully have mastery over a topic. I don't believe in memorization to succeed. Yes, it's needed at times.
34 Subjects: including elementary math, differential equations, ACT Math, SAT math
Fairfield, CA
Tim N. ...Understanding Precalculus and Trig concepts need not be daunting. They can be explained in simple terms and there are ways to remember key concepts. This can be a fun subject when the student has confidence about the basics.
23 Subjects: including statistics, geology, algebra 1, algebra 2
Sonoma, CA
Michael L. ...I am a former mathematics instructor as Sonoma State University. I have taught high school algebra there and as well as tutoring it privately for many years. I have a Masters in Mathematics and am a former mathematics instructor at Sonoma State University.
6 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, prealgebra, precalculus
Penngrove, CA
William B. ...I am familiar with basic openings and defenses and how the game unfolds into the three stages of beginning, middle, and endgame. I also occasionally play with a a person who was a few points shy of 2,200, which means he is just shy of being a chess master. I really enjoy the game and am very qualified to teach a basic to intermediate level well.
24 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, biology, chemistry
Santa Rosa, CA

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