### Award-Winning Geometry Tutors in Santa Ana, CA

Byrd ...trips to teach Spanish Literacy and Public Health. I returned several times and witnessed the power of education in transforming impoverished communities. At North Carolina State University, I taught children how to eat healthy on a fixed income through Cooking Matters. I am currently teaching CPR and First Aid with the Red Cross and volunteer at a free clinic in Santa Monica while I apply to Medical School. While I have taught a broad range...

North Carolina State University at Raleigh - BS, Biological Sciences with a concentration in Human Biology

Yongli I graduated from UCLA with a BS in Mathematics and a M.Ed in Teaching. Teaching has always been my passion, ever since I was an undergraduate student. I have extensive teaching experiences in a variety of math levels. I enjoy working with young people so they can be inspired to pursue math/science related fields in the future. I am also an experienced Mandarin instructor and would love to help you learn my language.

University of California-Los Angeles - BS, MATH

University of California-Los Angeles - M.Ed, TEACHING

State Certified Teacher

Jeby ...to teach, however, are Biology related topics like Cell Biology, Physiology, Microbiology, and Genetics. I enjoy these subjects because I find the mechanisms of how the body and cells work truly intriguing. From my experience in teaching students of all ages, I believe that one of the most effective ways to teach others is by instilling in them a desire to learn and an interest in the subject matter. I strongly believe in the value...

Gabrielle ...schoolers needing help in physics, or premedical students in their approach for the MCAT. I mainly tutor math, ranging from elementary math to calculus, and the sciences. I have always enjoyed helping tutoring in math and chemistry, as I am able to help the students realize the importance of understanding the concepts in order to answer any problem. Also, it is always fun to be able to reach the correct answer after a few lines...

UCLA - BS, Biochemistry; Microbiology

Melissa ...assistant at CSUF, I created assignments, conducted lectures in class, and held teaching workshops with college students. I also held a position tutoring Statistics for undergraduate and graduate students in the Department of Sociology. Last year, I taught middle and high school math and science at a local private high school. I am a math and social science tutor. I tutor in the following subjects: Pre-Algebra, Algebra I/II/College, Geometry, Arithmetic, Statistics (including AP and college...

California State University-Fullerton - BA, BA, Psychology, Women and Gender Studies

California State University-Fullerton - MA, Psychology

Will I am an experienced tutor who is comfortable working with students of all ages, including adults. I led an after-school tutoring program for two years in Durham, NC, and have worked with ESL students as well as students with disabilities and IEPs. I am a friendly, knowledgeable tutor who wants the best for both students and parents.... I would get to know the student, evaluate their current abilities in the subjects at hand and devise a study strategy with them moving forward.

Carleton College - Bachelors, English

Ayden ...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 reading comprehension and writing abilities. Together, as a team, we will work at building up your confidence, getting rid of your "test day jitters" and becoming a scholastic and academic success. I look forward...

Yeshiva University - BS, Neuroscience, Biology

University of Oxford - MSc, Medical Physics

John ...Barcelona. While I tutor a wide range of subjects, I am most passionate about English, History, Math, and the SAT. I am fascinated by the SAT. I love teaching struggling test takers how to view the SAT as an approachable, accessible set of riddles and games instead of as an intellectual brick wall. I firmly believe that the majority of people can find great joy in academics once they discover the individual approach that works...

David ...an interest in 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...

Riverside City College - BS, Computer Engineering

Zach ...math and history. My tutoring style varies from student to student (and often with the subject). For math, I often give some overview of the concept, theoretically and visually, then move into application and practice. I feel it is important for a student to understand why the concept is introduced and where we’re going with it, before they are able to fully apply it. That being said, practice is very important, especially with the more...

Arizona State University - BS, Mathematics