### Award-Winning Geometry Tutors in Chino Hills, CA

Peter ...and productive working environment. A stressed student is a student who will be unable to work at full capacity, and that is something I take very seriously. Outside of school, I love to play football and basketball, and I proudly support my longtime favorite team, the Los Angeles Lakers. In my spare time I also...

University of Southern California - B.S. & B.A., Health Promotion Disease Prevention & Theatre Arts

Roque ...and Statistics. I understand that Math is a difficult subject for a student that does not get excited about numbers. As a natural born problem solver, I get excited for every opportunity to share my enthusiasm with students and work together towards conquering an army of Math tests. In my spare time, I enjoy jogging...

San Diego State - BA, Business Management

Alain ...of UCLA. I majored in Business Economics and Minored in Mathematics. I began tutoring because I love to teach. My philosophy is that if you can’t explain a complex idea to someone who is unfamiliar with it then you do not fully understand it. I plan to attend a graduate program in Mathematical Game Theory...

University of California-Los Angeles - BA, Business Economics

Dwight ...that to recognize that math is challenging is to take the first step towards being successful in it. No one learns math in one day. It takes time, lots of effort and at times you will be confused and frustrated. That is not to say that math cannot be fun. Once you know the rules...

SDSU - BA, Mathematics

University of Southern California - MA, Teaching

Alex ...most passionate about is calculus. During my tutoring sessions, I typically will go over problems analogous to ones presented to me by the student. Afterwards, I will let the student approach his or her own problem with similar methodology as I had previously demonstrated. Finally, outside of academia, I love to spend time playing and...

University of Southern California - BS, Chemical Engineering

Scott ...plays to them so as to maximize retention for the long haul. Mathematics builds on what is learned year after year, so it's of utmost importance that a student get a strong foundation and be comfortable with the material to continue to progress in their academia. Everyone is more than capable of learning math, and...

Orange Coast College - Associates, Math

Krista ...the reasoning behind concepts, rather than just memorizing how to do each specific problem. Along with focusing on chemistry, I also try to instill different and effective studying strategies to help students study in the most progressive way possible. Not only do I want to be a chemistry tutor for my students, but I want...

University of California Santa Barbara - BS, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Abigail ...1, geometry, algebra 2, trigonometry, calculus, and biology. From all these subjects, my favorite to tutor is any math subject. I enjoy working with numbers and finding different methods of teaching math concepts so that students can understand and enjoy the learning session. If I had to describe my tutoring style, it would be a...

UC Berkeley - BA, Biology

Madhu ...as part of a federal program that was funded by No Child Left Behind and organized by LAUSD and Academic 1 on 1. I also worked for Bright Academy where I tutored three classes for pre-SAT students, SAT and AP Calculus Classes. As an experienced tutor, I recognize the uniqueness of my students; I pride...

St Stephen's College - BA, Philosophy

University of the West - MBA, Business Administration

Raj ...students. I also have extensive experience in tutoring and coaching students in taking Standardized Tests, with emphasis on test taking strategies. I am a firm proponent of education, believing it to be absolutely necessary for an improved quality of life, and I try to impart this appreciation to all of my students. In my spare...

California State University - BS, Mathematics

UCLA Extension - Preliminary Teaching Credential, Single Subject Teaching Credential in Mathematics