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Ariana L. ...The ACT Reading section focuses less on vocabulary and more on rhetorical strategies than does the Critical Reading of the SAT. I help my students choose from several possible approaches the one that best fits them. I then teach them tricks to tackling the passages with a ready “ear,” as well as how to avoid the traps awaiting and common mistakes made by unsuspecting and incautious readers.
30 Subjects: including elementary math, SAT math, English, reading
North Hollywood, CA
Emma E. ...I obtained a Biology major and a Doctorate degree in Podiatric medicine. I was a former 4 year peer advisor at my alma mater- SDSU, and held several tutoring jobs during my undergraduate college years. I graduated from Barry University with my Doctorate degree of Podiatric Medicine in 2009 with 3 years of hospital-setting clinical experience.
7 Subjects: including elementary math, chemistry, biology, anatomy
Anaheim, CA
Pamela H. ...Enhancing one's self-confidence for school is just as important as learning the material. We can work together to make these subjects easier for you and/or your children! My passion is making education simple and fun; it should and can be an enjoyable experience!I have my Multiple Subject Professional Clear K-12 Teaching Credential and passed the CBEST.
19 Subjects: including geometry, elementary math, English, algebra 1
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
Sarah Jane T. ...Currently I am tutoring from my home in Claremont (just one mile from Claremont High School). After the birth of my daughter, it is no longer feasible for me to drive all over. We have set up a designated tutoring area in our dining room. Parents are welcome to stay during tutoring sessions or drop off and pick up.
13 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, grammar
Claremont, CA
Dominic S. ...To this end, I encourage students to think actively about the meaning of a problem and roughly estimate the answer they'd expect, where possible, as well as guiding them gradually through the steps of a solution to demonstrate the ways in which what we know can flow naturally into what we need. ...
9 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, physics
Venice, CA

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