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Hannah B. ...I would be more than willing to tutor the student and a couple of their friends in the class. I say this because I found from my own experiences that explaining a topic to a fellow classmate deepens your own understanding of that topic. Also, since various students have varying degrees of under...
10 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, calculus, algebra 1
$40.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Christopher D. ...Along the way I picked up my fair share of English and math and have been tutoring on campus for a year in all three subjects. I have a 3.89 GPA, in the Honors Scholar Program, president's list, and permanent president's list. I love teaching and explaining almost anything, and it is quite the thrill to engage a student who was confused and now completely understands because of me.
29 Subjects: including trigonometry, English, reading, writing
$25.00/hr
Oceanside, CA
Tamar B. ...I also tutor algebra, trigonometry and precalculus to middle school and high school students. As an experienced tutor I am very efficient and effective in helping students understand the material. Often just a few sessions are enough to help students to get back on track, give them confidence, reduce stress and improve their grades.
5 Subjects: including trigonometry, algebra 1, algebra 2, precalculus
$40.00/hr
Dana Point, CA
Sam W. ...Instead, I prefer to focus on a student's entire skill set (study skills, problem solving techniques, basic skills, etc). At worst, I improve grades. At best, I improve students' self esteem, helping them to help others. Thank you, Sammie W. (Oceanside)I am fully qualified for the CBEST because I successfully passed the CBEST to become a middle school math teacher.
13 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, algebra 2, algebra 1
$50.00/hr
Oceanside, CA
James M. ...Geometry and trigonometry problems usually require visibility, so I like to require the student to draw a picture of the problem. This will often reduce the problem to a focus of the actual question being asked, isolating only the needed information to answer the question. The picture also provides clues in selecting the best tools (i.e., which formula to use) to solve the problem.
20 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, geometry, accounting
$50.00/hr
Carlsbad, CA

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