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Moses O. ...I first started out as a tutor in fifth grade, and although I was still very young, I quickly learned what it took to meet the needs of each individual student. Throughout middle school, I would volunteer to help students struggling in math. I identified with each student and began to view tutoring not only as a learning experience for the student but also the tutor.
18 Subjects: including trigonometry, physics, calculus, geometry
$39.00/hr
West Covina, CA
Nader O. ...Algebra-2: More real life related math. Algebra-2 is the door to real life related math. From Algebra-2 students start to deal with real life problems and learn how to solve them.
11 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, statistics, geometry
$60.00/hr
Yorba Linda, CA
JOHN L. ...I can teach them the coping techniques and skills they need. I am patient and kind, but firm when I need to be firm. Aspergers is not a learning disability, but a social challenge.
63 Subjects: including trigonometry, English, chemistry, reading
$75.00/hr
Pasadena, CA
Mridul O. ...In graduate school, I was the teaching assistant for several undergraduate courses. Here, my main responsibilities were to instruct undergraduate courses and grade assignments. I also met with students outside of class and helped them with concepts they had trouble understanding.
27 Subjects: including trigonometry, English, writing, calculus
$22.00/hr
Norwalk, CA
Te L. I have taught math for over 5 years! Many of my students are from grade 2 to 12, some are from college. I also have a math tutor certificate for college students from Pasadena City College. I graduated in 2012 from UCLA.
7 Subjects: including trigonometry, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
$55.00/hr
El Monte, CA

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