### Award-Winning Algebra Tutors in Calabasas, CA

Danielle ...One of my skills is that I am good at approaching a problem in more than one way and from more than one angle so the student can understand what is going on. In my free time, I like making my own bath and body products, like soap and lotion, out of all natural ingredients....

Aziz ...teaching over the past eight years. I have experience tutoring students of all ages, ranging from preschoolers to university students. While I tutor in a wide range of subjects, I am most adept in mathematics, standardized tests, and writing. Personally, I have found the subjects of calculus and statistics to be the most interesting and...

University of Southern California - BS, Industrial and Systems Engineering

Shari ...to be French and Dance. For the past three summers I have volunteered abroad in Costa Rica, Thailand and India helping children from elementary to high school. I absolutely love helping people because I love to see how each person is unique to themselves, solving problems in their own individual ways. In my free time...

California State University-Northridge - Current Undergrad, Undecided

Stephen ...time in work study doing everything from the lacrosse team's laundry (gross) to working as an assistant in the daycare center on campus (ehausting) to working at the IT Help Desk (study time.) I also worked in emergency departments around the area. My senior year I did research on the effects of drug use on...

Marywood University - BS, Biology

Avideh ...the passion for math, and how to teach others how I approach these problems. I enjoy helping students with General Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry. I have found ways through the Chemistry Outreach program at my university to help students understand and enjoy the principles and foundations of chemistry in hands on, exciting experiments!...

University of California-Santa Barbara - BS, Biopsychology

Allen ...subjects I have always excelled at, and enjoy helping others to excel at as well. In the past, I voluntarily tutored my peers in math and science (specifically physics) because I truly enjoy spreading knowledge of these subjects. I have tutored other students for the Mathematics Department at Loyola Marymount University for a year and...

Loyola Marymount University - BS, Computer Science

Raymond ...I also tutored fellow students through a program administered by my high school. I teach a diverse set of subjects, but I am particularly passionate about literature, history, and calculus. As a recent high school graduate, I understand the unique pressures that standardized tests can place upon students, and I hope to do my best...

Stanford University - BS, Economics

Stanford - Bachelors, Film Studies

Amal ...Algebra, Geometry and the Math sections of Standardized Tests. Working with a broad range of student ages has allowed me to appreciate the importance of adapting flexible teaching styles that depend on a student’s background, knowledge, progress, and goals. When working with children, I make sure to add the element of fun to sessions to...

George Washington University - BS, Biomedical/Electrical Engineering

University of California-Los Angeles - PhD, Biomedical Physics

Sherin ...feel comfortable teaching to both sides of the brain. I've taught statistics and housing finance to graduate students who hadn't touched math since high school, and I've revised resumes and cover letters for many friends in multiple fields. I understand that sometimes it takes math to understand the structure of an essay, that a story...

University of Illinois (UIUC) - BFA, Stage Management

The New School - MS, Urban Public Policy

Lionel ...Probability and am going to Graduate School at UCLA for Bio-statistics so I have those subjects down as well. I think tutors are there to help polish concepts and check for real understanding of the subject. Instead of just plugging in numbers and getting the right answers I want you to know what those numbers...

University of Arizona - BS, Math/Statistics