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Maya T. ...I have 5 years of experience of teaching Calculus (including AP AB & BC) up to college level. This is new world of Math. It is really fun, though challenging if the concepts like limit, continuity, derivative, slope, antiderivative, etc. are clear to the student.
17 Subjects: including SAT math, calculus, statistics, precalculus
Union City, CA
Veena B. Hey there! My name is Veena and I am a recent Psychology and Political Science graduate from UC Davis. I am passionate about education/tutoring because I believe that a quality education is the gateway to success.
5 Subjects: including SAT writing, English, Spanish, proofreading
Los Altos, CA
Karin P. ...I have always loved to teach math and began tutoring when I was in high school. I continued tutoring in college, grad school and beyond. I find math fascinating and fun and have always loved teaching others how to do math.
3 Subjects: including SAT math, GRE, GMAT
Los Altos, CA
Emma P. ...I also tutor a wide range of academic subjects, breaking down concepts into bite-sized pieces and honoring the pace at which the student needs to work. Many students say I helped them finally grasp subjects they never understood in school, from coordinate geometry to pronoun use. I truly enjoy working with teenagers, so they tend to enjoy working with me, too.
24 Subjects: including SAT reading, SAT writing, reading, SAT math
Oakland, CA
Svetlana Z. ...I have over 20 years of industry experience. The last 12 years I have been a consultant through my own small company, Anacapa North, and specialize in radar propagation simulation and radar detection and discrimination algorithms. I have two sons.
19 Subjects: including SAT math, physics, calculus, geometry
Sunnyvale, CA

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