### Award-Winning GMAT Tutors in Culver City, CA

Steve I have two years of experience teaching SAT math and verbal courses. I have also privately tutored math majors in various math courses, ranging from linear algebra to probability and multivariate calculus. Many of the high school students I have tutored/mentored went on to be accepted at Ivy League schools (Harvard, Columbia, and Cornell).

City University of New York - B.S., Economics

Andrew ...have worked with individuals and groups. My goal for you is to make sure that you not only ace the test but also come to enjoy and understand the material you are studying. I like making up examples and coming up with more than one way to approach a problem. In my free time, I enjoy the whole spectrum of outdoor activities and am currently training for a triathlon. My next vacation goal is Yosemite...

Alexey ...with degree in physics and applied math in Russia and went on to pursue my Ph.D. economics here in US. I've spent long hours at film school just auditing classes because it was fun meanwhile learning about the effects of light and sound. I've worked as an analyst discovering hidden patterns in the data for 7+ years which allowed me to understand how much knowledge is available to us if we just have the right...

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology - Bachelors, Physics and applied math

MIPT, NES, USC - PhD, Physics and applied math, economics, economics, mathematical finance

Jing ...Mandarin speaker, and I started to tutor Mandarin four years ago when i was still in China. I was trained by a professional and my first student was British. He can speak fluent Mandarin now!! At the same time, I am a financial analyst. I graduated from Pepperdine University with my masters degree in Finance. I am good at math. I scored very well on my GMAT and would love to tutor GMAT math too.

Pepperdine University - MA, Finance

Mahlena-Rae ...on the GMAT--with a focus on the Writing, Reasoning, and Verbal sections. My favorite area of the exam is Sentence Correction, since grammar is one of my nerdy passions. I still love watching Schoolhouse Rock! and singing along with “Conjunction Junction” and “A Noun is a Person, Place, or Thing.” Outside of the world of academia, my interests lean toward entertainment and fitness, often both at the same time. I like to listen to comedy...

Loyola Marymount University - BA, Film Production

University of Southern California - MBA, Marketing

Matthew ...and calculus, and have also worked as a high school mathematics teacher for algebra and geometry. I can tutor any subject in mathematics, from the elementary level through the college level, and can also assist with preparation for the SAT and the GRE. Although my background in law has prepared me to tutor subjects such as history and English, my favorite subject to tutor is mathematics. In particular, I love teaching calculus, as I find...

Rutgers University-New Brunswick - BA, Mathematics

Rutgers School of Law - Camden - JD, Law

Ayden ...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 to helping you...

Yeshiva University - BS, Neuroscience, Biology

University of Oxford - MSc, Medical Physics

Darren ...elementary through graduate school in subjects ranging from writing and math to theology and classical Greek, but I have most frequently worked with students preparing for various standardized tests (having received a perfect score on my SAT in high school). Whenever possible I try to teach using the Socratic method, as I find that the process of guided discovery helps with the retention and application of new concepts. I enjoy the challenge of trying to...

University of California-Davis - BA, Classical Civilization

Mohammad ...company located in Valencia, CA. I studied electrical engineering and completed my MSEE in the field of Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) from New Mexico State University. I have a definite intention to pursue PhD in EE in very near future. I have multiple years (5 years) of teaching experiences, especially in mathematics ranging from algebra, geometry, calculus and trigonometry. Apart from math, science-courses like electrical engineering, physics are my other comfort-teaching zones as well....

New Mexico State University-Grants - Bachelors, Electrical Engineering

New Mexico State University-Main Campus - Masters, Electrical Engineering

Brent ...at a fundamental level to really understand it. This is what my tutoring style targets. I spent the past 4 years teaching Math and Physics professionally. Before teaching, I spent 3 years tutoring at a university where I earned my BS in Biomedical Engineering. I switched from a career in engineering to one in education because I just love working with kids, teenagers, and young adults. For me, coaching a teenager to improve his jumpshot...

Arizona State University - BS, Biomedical Engineering

Biola University - MS, Counseling