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Laurel S. ...This approach fosters a deeper and more lasting understanding of the material. As the most fundamental of the sciences, physics requires very little memorization! Many students feel overwhelmed by the numerous equations in their textbooks.
11 Subjects: including calculus, physics, geometry, algebra 1
Santa Cruz, CA
Bryan H. ...My work at the San Jose State University Language Development Center and the San Jose State University Student Athletic Success Center has many students that are ESL speakers. Therefore I need to tailor specific strategies to their needs in critical reading, writing, and development. I also tea...
14 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, French
San Jose, CA
Alain F. ...Having left the corporate world, I have the time and opportunity to share my passion for knowledge, in French and science/math. My experience in tutoring started many years ago during my high school (Classic Latin/Greek Humanités) and university years (Master of Sciences degree). I tutored youn...
4 Subjects: including English, French, prealgebra, European history
Mountain View, CA
Lanette J. ...I also am well versed in the new Common Core Standardized Tests as I was one of the original architects of the writing performance task. Although most of my tutoring experience is at the secondary level, I am comfortable tutoring students in 4th grade and above. I have a strong interest in tutoring adult students wishing to complete the CBEST or CSET in order to earn their credential.
6 Subjects: including English, writing, grammar, public speaking
Castro Valley, CA
Kristin R. ...The AP exam has lots of really interesting problems on it - make sure that you understand the material well enough to appreciate the great questions you'll be asked! Points and lines and angles and proofs! There's a knack to writing proofs well; mostly making sure that each step is a step and not a leap from the previous one.
7 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 2, SAT math
San Francisco, CA

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