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Duncan B. ...Whether you are working to perfect your English, or you just need help transferring your ideas into words, I look forward to working with you! I am shamelessly a total economics nerd. While obtaining my economics degree, I voluntarily wrote not one, but two theses and I will be pursuing my Mast...
32 Subjects: including statistics, reading, chemistry, English
$70.00/hr
Redwood City, CA
Ryan C. ...I am also currently in my second year as a varsity high school football coach in arguably the best conference in the state of Maryland, the MIAA. Working as an actuary for a Life Insurance company for one year, I gained significant experience in the business as an actuary. Additionally, I passed the first 3 actuarial exams in a 5 week period.
39 Subjects: including statistics, reading, calculus, physics
$55.00/hr
Mountain View, CA
John Y. ...I am still at Stanford working on finishing my PhD and have been a teaching assistant for courses in politics, ethics, religion, and philosophy. Office hours are my favorite part of teaching at Stanford. The classroom is rewarding, but the opportunity to work one-on-one with students honing their writing and reasoning skills has been an wonderful experience for me.
28 Subjects: including statistics, reading, calculus, writing
$80.00/hr
Palo Alto, CA
Charles T. ...I myself am an academically successful ADHD student and this is a very passionate and personal area for me. I know what it is like to struggle, and I know all the series of paths that students need to take to succeed. Years ago, I began working with Sarkis Family Psychiatry who have been leaders in teaching people what it really means to be ADHD and how to be conscious of it.
23 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 2
$100.00/hr
Alameda, CA
Jennifer B. ...I have experience tutoring students with Asperger's syndrome and am very familiar with the condition. I am also familiar with the different types of thinking patterns within the autism spectrum. First there is the Photo Realistic Visual Thinking Object Visualizers, who tend to be poor at algebra.
31 Subjects: including statistics, reading, English, writing
$60.00/hr
Los Altos, CA

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