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Maya T. ...I give small - small but valuable tips to solve triangle, law of sines, law of cosine, verifying identities and graphing, etc. This is beginning of career path. To begin with, I give Practice Test to the student.
17 Subjects: including SAT math, calculus, statistics, precalculus
Union City, CA
Bridget K. ...I went through an entire year of 8th grade Grammar to help a student work through the material. As part of this course, I helped with editing her essays. I have been working with students specifically in Geometry for 6 years.
15 Subjects: including SAT math, Spanish, English, geometry
Menlo Park, CA
Khoi N. ...I was heavily recruited coming out of high school, but turned the opportunity down because I wanted to further my studies as an engineer. My credentials are that I played 2 years of high school basketball at Oak Grove High School. We won our division both years that I played and made it to the final of the CCS championships the last year that I played.
103 Subjects: including SAT math, chemistry, English, reading
San Jose, CA
Anne G. ...I will travel within 5 miles of Los Gatos. I am a CBEST / CSET certified teacher and I tutor grades 6-10 in math, physics and chemistry. I am familiar with Fisher/Los Gatos High School curricula (my two daughters went through the same!). My specialty is Middle School Common Core Algebra.
21 Subjects: including SAT math, chemistry, physics, calculus
Los Gatos, CA
Janet W. ...I have often helped students with study skills. My experience teaching ESL is as follows: I worked as an English teacher at The Discovery Center American School, Taiwan. 2007-2008. I also taught math and science there.
35 Subjects: including SAT math, reading, chemistry, English
Redwood City, CA

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