### Award-Winning Geometry Tutors in Brentwood, CA

Andrew ...setting very clear goals for all of my students: to raise their grades and to help them to aspire beyond what they have ever dreamed about. I lead my tutoring sessions to develop the students to become independent: for they will lack the availability of such help throughout college. I lead my tutoring sessions using a variety of methods, until I find the best method to help the students, because I know that each and...

UCLA - BS, Mechanical Engineering

Derek ...me to help their son review the material for his algebra class. In college and graduate school, my friends would ask me to proofread their papers or clarify some of the topics from our classes. After my studies, I returned to my old high school as a substitute teacher where I spent a semester teaching algebra and geometry classes and directing the school play. Among my peers, I tend to be the go-to guy for...

Liberty University - BA, English

University of Edinburgh - MSc, English Literature: Creative Writing

Shaun ...they may never have found it before. Although I have always been at the top of my class in any math course or test I have taken, my gift is being able to use a variety of methods (analogies, games, visuals, etc.) to help break down even complex concepts for almost any student to grasp. Because of this, I have successfully taught/tutored students at every level, from those who struggle to even pass Algebra I...

University of California-San Diego - BS, Biology

Claremont Graduate University - MA, Education

State Certified Teacher

Tamara ...done some unofficial tutoring in both math and science. I am currently tutoring biology and various math subjects. I enjoy the critical thinking aspect of math and the many angles it can be approached from, making it my favorite subject to teach. As a teacher I am a firm believer that if a student comes to a conclusion on their own, rather than just being told the answer they will not only remember the information...

Gabrielle ...music, which I'm also currently pursuing at the conservatory level. My tutoring style is very student-based, where I pay close attention to what concepts they are most struggling with and break down complex ideas into more manageable chunks. Also, I believe the SAT tests more critical reading than any other skill, and I encourage students to be very detail-oriented about what the question is actually asking. Through tutoring at Chapman, I am used to students...

Chapman University - BS and BM, Biochemistry and Music Performance

Alexandra ...who have difficulty accessing proper healthcare. I would love to form a non-profit that travels to 3rd world countries to set up temporary medical booths that treat the population as well as equip them with knowledge on how to diagnose and use the herbs and treatments provided to them to ensure self-sustainable and healthy communities. Since I originally was going to attend UCSD for Biochemistry, I have a fair background in mathematics and sciences, but...

Santa Monica College - Associates, General Science, Social & Behavioral Science

Emperor's College of Traditional Oriental Medicine - Current Grad Student, Master's of Traditional Oriental Medicine

Layan ...reading, writing, and critical thinking skills at any level. I love helping students find the way that works best for them to approach problem solving and learning. I am very interested in education and have experience working with both children and young adults in New York public schools as well as outdoor summer schools. I speak both French and Arabic and am learning Spanish, and in my free time I love to cook, read, and...

Columbia University in the City of New York - BA, Anthropology/Sustainable Development

Vishrut ...math. Growing up in a family of math teachers, I caught the math bug at a very early age. Practicing math and logic problems was a weekend hobby. I want to pass on this passion for math to other students. I love helping students work through academic challenges and reach their full potential. That is why I am a very patient and encouraging tutor. I like to make math fun for the student and explain...

University of California-Los Angeles - BS, Materials Engineering

University of California-Los Angeles - MS, Materials Engineering

Max Before coming to LA, Max earned his B.A. and M.A. from Stanford University, during which time he began tutoring. He has worked with students young and old of all skill levels to help them become better mathematicians, writers, scientists, and historians by breaking up the information into understandable chunks. "Where there's a will, there's a way," and with a positive attitude and inexhaustible patience, Max is ready to work with you!

Stanford University - Bachelors, Comparative Literature

Stanford University - Masters, Modern Thought and Literature

Ryan ...learn and enjoy! In my experience, I have acquired alternative techniques in teaching to help students understand that math can be very fun, which gears students toward a less threatening approach to the subject. Viewing a student's face light up when they have tackled a seemingly impossible problem before my assistance is one of my most prized moments. In my students, I instill a positive mindset and encourage them every step of the way until...