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Brooke H. ...One example of a success story: I've had a student in the mid 1500's on her SAT who got into UCLA -- in part, I believe, because she wrote one of the most compelling admissions essays I've ever read (note students in this range or below make up less than 16% of admitted students to UCLA). I've a...
52 Subjects: including trigonometry, linear algebra, statistics, reading
$200.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
Karen P. ...I am a highly experienced and well-qualified English language arts teacher who has chosen to spend the past few years working with students outside of the classroom. I taught English language arts full-time in the classroom from 1995 until 2009 and part-time 2009-2011. I hold an active California Teaching Credential in English Language Arts (Single Subject, CLEAR K-12 and Adult), 2008-2019.
54 Subjects: including algebra 1, GRE, reading, prealgebra
$35.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
Sabreena M. ...I enjoy getting students to think more logically. I am comfortable working with students of all ability levels, from those who are struggling to pass to students trying to make the jump from good to great.I have tutored algebra 2 independently for the last year and have been recommended to other...
19 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, American history, biology
$60.00/hr
Santa Monica, CA
Jennifer P. Thank you for visiting my profile! My experience in working with students of a wide variety of ages, educational levels, and needs has helped me to become a versatile tutor and coach. Below are some examples of my tutoring experience: - For 4 months I worked as a classroom counselor for middle sc...
49 Subjects: including algebra 2, calculus, discrete math, ACT Math
$45.00/hr
Culver City, CA
David R. ...I have learned a lot from my students over the years, and I give that back to my present students, who, typically, do very well. The easiest way to learn is to understand a few basic principles, and how to reason from them to solve a wide variety of problems. Homework is more fun when it can be done more quickly.
14 Subjects: including prealgebra, trigonometry, statistics, discrete math
$55.00/hr
Calabasas, CA

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