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Larry S. ...Great patience and understanding. My teaching technique involves positive re-enforcement coupled with teaching organizational, memorization, and note taking skills. Making the material interesting and current is important as well as pointing out real life applications for learning and retaining the subject matter.
10 Subjects: including biology, chemistry, biochemistry, anatomy
$60.00/hr
Moraga, CA
Anusha M. ...I also have experience teaching SAT math. I love learning, and I love making the process fun. I have attained a doctorate of Pharmacy degree, and use biostatistics to evaluate studies on medications on a daily basis.
20 Subjects: including chemistry, elementary (k-6th), precalculus, statistics
$45.00/hr
Oakland, CA
Heather D. ...Interested in learning more about the American University? Love Latin American or Spanish culture? You've found the right tutor for you!
13 Subjects: including anthropology, Spanish, English, reading
$80.00/hr
Oakland, CA
Sean M. ...I focus on patching holes in student's algebra skills, and teaching them to translate physical situations into mathematical equations. I very much enjoy watching my students discover the power of mathematics to represent objects in space, and the power of algebra to convert complex reasoning int...
6 Subjects: including chemistry, physics, philosophy, calculus
$70.00/hr
Berkeley, CA
Julie O. My name is Julie and I currently teach chemistry and biochemistry in the Bay Area. I enjoy helping students in general chemistry, biochemistry, AP chemistry, SAT II chemistry and any other school chemistry test preparation. I hold a B.S. in chemistry and M.S. in biochemistry.
18 Subjects: including physics, zoology, botany, genetics
$77.00/hr
Mountain View, CA

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