Award-Winning Elementary Math Tutors in Los Angeles, CA
Pat ...while attending ASU as a math tutor helping students with their homework, preparing for exams, and/or grasping the subject matter. My favorite subjects are trigonometry, geometry and calculus. I enjoy leading students rather than supplying the answers, to stimulate problem solving methods and promote independent thought. I really enjoy helping students reach that "ahh" moment where they get a handle on a difficult topic. I enjoy reading, old movies, riding my road bicycle, and working...
Arizona State University - Bachelors, Industrial Engineering
Ayden ...Together we will work hard at discovering your learning strengths and weaknesses, and I will tailor our study sessions to build upon your strengths and comfort zones. I take a personal interest in the academic success of each student I tutor, and through my dynamic teaching skills I will help you understand those complex scientific ideas and solve your perplexing math problems. Further to this, I utilize precise techniques and teaching methods to better your...
Yeshiva University - BS, Neuroscience, Biology
University of Oxford - MSc, Medical Physics
Yuhan ...and a 4 on AP Literature. I attended Duke University as a freshman before transferring to USC as a neuroscience major, where I have made the Dean's List all semesters (from 2013-2015) and have a 4.0 GPA for all biology and chemistry courses taken. I love meeting students and hearing their stories, struggles and triumphs and helping them through whatever they may need. I look forward to hearing from you and learning with you!
University of Southern California - BS, Neuroscience
Armen ...I found it to be a very rewarding experience. My strong subjects are math and physics. I can tutor Math of any level (up to multi-variable calculus). I can tutor Physics of any level in high school (including AP Physics B, C and E&M) as well as undergraduate Physics. I really enjoy teaching physics because of all the real-world applications it has. My tutoring method is very hands-on. I believe practice makes perfect, so I...
University of California-Los Angeles - BS, Physics
Pallavi ...won a teaching assistant award given to me for my work as a teaching assistant for the graduate and undergraduate biotechnology course and the undergraduate physiology course. Since July 2012, I have been working as a GRE tutor for Next Step Test Preparation, LLC. Prior to that I worked from 2011-2012 as a tutor at Right Angle Tutors and as a math and science teacher at Wilshire Academy in Los Angeles. Additionally, I have tutored...
California Institute of Technology - BS, Bioengineering and English
Carnegie Mellon University - MS, Biomedical Engineering
Alva ...to recognize that each student has their unique way of learning and that it is our job as their tutors and mentors to work around their learning capabilities all while implementing others. I look forward to working with my future students and helping them succeed in their academics all while improving myself as a tutor by learning through each students I am given the opportunity to work alongside with. Growing up, one of my favorite...
University of California-Merced - Bachelors, Psychology
Nazanin ...classroom as a program manager for music-based education programs for a large music nonprofit. My tutoring approach is to develop a personalized learning approach for each student. My experience in education has taught me that everyone learns differently and tapping into the learning style of an individual is the key to learning success. I enjoy exploring the creative and passionate aspects of an individual's personality and combining this with the implementation of a tactical strategy...
Texas A & M University-Commerce - Partial-No Degree, English as a Second Language
University of North Texas - BBA, Business Marketing
State Certified Teacher
Daniel ...there is no single "correct" way to learn. Everyone can learn differently, and my approach to tutoring reflects the wide variety of individuals that I have had the opportunity to tutor or study with. I pride myself on being especially encouraging, and I think this helps to build confidence in my students, which translates into long-lasting success. My favorite subjects to tutor are Chemistry, Biology, and Algebra, and while each hold a very special place...
University of California-Santa Cruz - BS, Molecular, Cell & Developmental Biology
Tisha ...from 2007-2011, I taught medical students, pathology residents, and hematology fellows in my specialty of Blood Banking and Transfusion Medicine. Since 2014, I have been a graduate student in Geophysics at the University of California, Riverside, where I am also employed as a teaching assistant for various courses in the Earth Sciences department, including Natural Disasters, Global Climate Change, and Introductory Geology. I was awarded an Outstanding Teaching Assistant award for the 2014-2015 school year.
Florida Atlantic University - Did not complete BS as I started medical school, Microbiology
University of Miami School of Medicine - MD, Medicine
Melissa ...in the Department of Psychology, including Advanced and Multivariate Statistics. I also absolutely love teaching statistics because it offers us a way to turn real life phenomena into numbers that we can understand around the world. I also love teaching my subject area, Psychology, and ultimately would love to make a career of it. As a tutor, I apply psychological and educational concepts about learning. I always use positive reinforcement, consider different learning styles (i.e....
California State University-Fullerton - BA, BA, Psychology, Women and Gender Studies
California State University-Fullerton - MA, Psychology