### Award-Winning Computer Science Tutors in Laguna Niguel, CA

Jasmine ...to attain my Bachelor's degree in Computer Game Science and Software Programming. Throughout my college career I have tutored several students in my favorite academic subjects; Math, from elementary mathematics to college level PreCalculus, and Computer Science, including C++, Java, and Assembly language. With my passion for learning, listening, and problem solving, I hope to share my enthusiasm with students so that they, too, can enjoy the learning process. In my free time I enjoy...

University of California-Irvine - BS, Computer Science

Alexander ...thousands of years into the future. There are also many different approaches to math many of which are correct, and it becomes a matter of preference to which method you like the most. I think education is the most important thing; it really serves as a mold for the rest of our lives. The better the education the better your life will be. I really enjoy helping students learn, helping them explore the subject and...

Mt.SAC - Transfer, Psychology

Nicolas ...projects. I take great measures to relate topics to students in a deeper and more meaningful way so as to inspire passion in my students. I am most familiar with tutoring math ranging from algebra to calculus as well as technical courses like computer science. I have a very strong passion for the success of my students and always try to bring out the best from them. While learning can be a challenge at times,...

CSULB - Current Undergrad, Computer Engineering

Ethan I have a bachelor's degree in Mathematics from the University of California Riverside and over the past four years have helped many struggling students with poor foundations excel in various levels of mathematics from elementary to calculus with the basic principle that fun and understanding is how anything is learned. I also tutor in the areas of physics, introductory computer science, and literature analysis.

University of California-Riverside - BS, Mathematics

Donald ...for my gap year. While I tutor a surfeit of subjects, I am most passionate about Computer Science, Math, and Biology. I have been a tutor for elementary and university students alike, and it is always my goal to help my students reach a level of self sufficiency that will allow them to succeed in their endeavors. I believe that learning can be accelerated by the presence of a tutor, but at the onus ultimately...

Brian I am a Computer Science major at UCSB. As a tutor, I care most about whether or not my students understand that material being taught. I understand that different students learn in different ways. And I do my best to find the methods that work for my students.

University of California-Santa Barbara - Current Undergrad, Computer Science

David ...computers. Whether it was watching my brother play video games, or tinker around with the terminal, I knew that my future would involve computers. When I took more computer classes, I learned that much of computer programming wasn't making video games, but mainly solving math problems. After years of disliking math, programming essentially brought out my inner math nerd and I enjoy solving problems and am more than glad to help you with any problems...

Riverside City College - BS, Computer Engineering

Bhuvnesh ...calculus classes at college, and now taking higher math classes, I have been tutoring students and friends! The feedback I get about my teaching techniques is that I try and make it easy for the person to understand the concept and solve the problems! Being a programmer, I love teaching computer programming and mathematics. I also have a strong interest in physics and chemistry! My hobbies include singing and watching movies - especially Bollywood movies....

Moorpark College - BS, Computer Engineering

University of California Irvine - Bachelor's, Computer Science/Engineering

Sumesh ...help guide students through the daunting and rigorous expectations of the program. My teaching philosophy centers around creating a strong work ethic and fine tuning the student's approach to solving and critically thinking about problems. With most math and science based curriculums, I emphasize on figuring out how to best approach a problem, solving the problem with the most time efficiency (important for standardized tests), and finally, I help the student by providing lots of...

University of California, Berkeley - BS, Chemical Engineering

Robert ...have taken: Calculus BC, European History, English Language, and Computer Science A. Learning is a dynamic process, so one must always be aware of new struggles and have the diligence to adapt and overcome. I understand not everybody learns at the same speed, or through identical methods. When teaching, I prioritize adapting to my students' needs by listening to their concerns. Some students prefer step-by-step walkthroughs of a problem or passage, while others prefer concept...

California State University-San Marcos - Current Undergrad, Applied Physics