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Colin D. ...Augustine High School, Our Lady of Peace Academy, and Patrick Henry High School (in San Diego, CA) for almost 10 combined years. Furthermore, in the time between my college graduation and my matriculation to law school, I tutored full-time (approximately 70 hrs/wk!) in most high school subjects,...
58 Subjects: including precalculus, reading, English, calculus
Los Angeles, CA
Anna K. ...My name is Anna and am currently an undergraduate student at Chapman University. I am in the process of getting my bachelors in their Integrated Educational Studies program and a Bachelors in Mathematics. I plan to be a math teacher and am currently employed at a local tutoring center.
18 Subjects: including precalculus, reading, geometry, biology
Santa Ana, CA
Michael A. ...So when tutoring this subject, I try to get students up to speed on the procedural parts in a step by step fashion (e.g. with gaussian elimination, finding kernels, images, computing eigenvalues/eigenvectors, etc...), and then have them step back and really think about what these procedures are c...
11 Subjects: including precalculus, calculus, algebra 2, algebra 1
Cerritos, CA
Jocelyn C. ...What I do: *Complete SAT preparation (standard prep runs 10-15 sessions, and is also excellent practice for improving college level study habits) *Mentoring in all levels of Math from the basics through Calculus (Math is a skill that can be developed, not just a natural instinct that people hav...
25 Subjects: including precalculus, Spanish, reading, statistics
Sherman Oaks, CA
Jose R. ...One thing to math or any subject in general is to have the patience to work out the problem. Showing the steps to the problem helps you practice and store that information for a long time rather than just memorizing prior to a test. I will break down the problem and explain it in a manner where no terminology may confuse the student.
9 Subjects: including precalculus, calculus, statistics, algebra 1
Los Angeles, CA

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