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Gil Z. It's much harder to learn something when you don't care about the topic. That's why I've always approached learning as two step process. The first step is getting to the "hmm!" moment -- that moment when you realize that the particular topic you're studying really does matter.
35 Subjects: including physics, chemistry, Spanish, biology
Oakland, CA
Mikko R. First off, I'm a 23 year old who has volunteered at a boys and girls club that just likes to interact with kids. I'm currently a nursing major who has a lot of clinical experience as well as holding a certified nursing assistant license. After tutoring a few of my friends in anatomy and physiology...
7 Subjects: including physiology, nursing, anatomy, reading
Suisun City, CA
Stephanie W. ...Tutoring is by far the most fulfilling, enjoyable, useful job I've ever had. I've worked as a math tutor at Los Medanos College for 3 semesters before finishing my Associates Degree in Mathematics and my Associates-Transfer in Physics with a 3.9 cumulative GPA (including a 4.0 in my Math courses...
25 Subjects: including biology, calculus, elementary (k-6th), ACT Math
Antioch, CA
Mark R. ...Have taught privately for the past 4 years with select students in the area. Still an active player at a local club. Concentrate teaching on student specific needs.
27 Subjects: including anatomy, geometry, geology, biology
Alamo, CA
Gaius S. ...I took 6 years of HS French and travel to France annually. My French is pretty good and fortified by 16 years of Latin. The reputation the French have for rudeness is no more accurate than the American reputation for rudeness.
14 Subjects: including anthropology, Italian, archaeology, Latin
Berkeley, CA

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