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Ryan C. ...I had to take the CBEST Test before enrolling in a graduate program. I obtained very high marks. After doing this, I also had to pass the CSET.
25 Subjects: including archaeology, philosophy, psychology, sociology
$60.00/hr
San Jose, CA
Brian W. ...I have been tutoring for almost my entire educational career. I currently attend De Anza Community College and I'm a nursing student. Weekends are when I have the most available time.
12 Subjects: including chemistry, biology, anatomy, physiology
$35.00/hr
San Jose, CA
Vikraman R. ...I will determine what type of learner the student is and teach specific techniques to learn the material. I started weight lifting and physical management for sports like wrestling and basketball. I continue to exercise at least 3 times a week.
22 Subjects: including biology, ACT Science, English, reading
$55.00/hr
Saratoga, CA
Tony L. ...The greatest moment when teaching is seeing the student’s faces light up when everything clicks. I’ve been told I am a great communicator and would make a great teacher someday. I always try to bring in real-life situations or analogies into teaching.
6 Subjects: including astronomy, physical science, geology, American history
$45.00/hr
San Jose, CA
Alex Y. I'm a second year student at Foothill College currently working towards a B.S. in mechanical engineering and getting ready to transfer to a four-year college. I possess the experience and patience as a tutor to help you succeed! In addition to math, engineering, and science related topics I'm well prepared to teach topics related to the English language as well as topics in social sciences.
25 Subjects: including anthropology, geometry, trigonometry, psychology
$40.00/hr
Mountain View, CA

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