### Award-Winning Pre-Calculus Tutors in Los Angeles, CA

Molly ...specialize in Math tutoring: from test prep, to help with Algebra, to the multiplication table. I work to create lessons that help the student be independent and have an intrinsic motivation for success in education. I graduated in three years, Summa Cum Laude, from Point Loma Nazarene University and I hold a bachelor's degree in Liberal Studies and two teaching credentials (Multiple Subject and Single Subject in Math). I have experience tutoring students from kindergarten...

Point Loma Nazarene University-Corona - Teaching Credential (multiple and single subject in math), Teaching Credential

Point Loma Nazarene University - BA, Liberal Studies

State Certified Teacher

Gabrielle ...While I love math and the sciences, I also have a passion for 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...

Chapman University - BS and BM, Biochemistry and Music Performance

Hannah ...local community’s education system. I have tutored all subjects, but I am most passionate about Math, Social Studies, Spanish, and SAT/College Prep. My favorite part about tutoring is being able to get creative about my lessons so that I can captivate and empower every student in their learning and help them achieve success. I love spending that extra time to rethink and reframe material in a new and exciting way so that I can meet...

University of Southern California - Bachelors, Sociology

Aram ...for underperforming student grades 2 through 12. I'm also a substitute teacher in Los Angeles. I have passed all the required tests to become a high school math teacher and I'm currently in a comprehensive graduate program that will award a teaching credential and a Master's Degree in Education. I'm comfortable tutoring all high school math subjects, but love tutoring trigonometry the most because it is a challenging balance of geometry and algebra. My degree...

California State University-Los Angeles - BS, Computer Science

Raymond ...school. I teach a diverse set of subjects, but I am particularly passionate about literature, history, and calculus. As a recent high school graduate, I understand the unique pressures that standardized tests can place upon students, and I hope to do my best to alleviate this stress so that my students can focus on other parts of their education. I am a lifelong resident of Miami, Florida, and in my spare time, I enjoy reading,...

Stanford University - BS, Economics

Stanford - Bachelors, Film Studies

Scott ...an Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineer who loves helping and studying math, science, and engineering! One of my greatest strengths is teaching and tutoring. I have been a martial arts instructor to individuals ages three to 60, so I understand how to teach all age ranges. I have tutored college students in a professional atmosphere for over three years. Within that tutoring, I have instructed college-level math and science courses. My passion is help as many...

Clarkson University - Bachelors, Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineering

Jasmine ...attain my Bachelor's degree in Computer Game Science and Software Programming. Throughout my college career I have tutored several students in my favorite academic subjects; Math, from elementary mathematics to college level PreCalculus, and Computer Science, including C++, Java, and Assembly language. With my passion for learning, listening, and problem solving, I hope to share my enthusiasm with students so that they, too, can enjoy the learning process. In my free time I enjoy reading,...

University of California-Irvine - BS, Computer Science

Dwight ...towards becoming a credentialed teacher. I was accepted into a program called Math for America, which is based in Los Angeles and I've been living here for the past few months while attending graduate school at USC. I really enjoy math. I always tell my students 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...

SDSU - BA, Mathematics

University of Southern California - MA, Teaching

Albert ...linear algebra. In addition, I can help prepare you for any SAT math and physics as well as AP calculus. I understand that learning goes beyond formulas. My goal as a tutor is to provide my students with a deep intuition beyond formulas that will enable them to understand their material to the next step. In my spare time I participate in a variety of sports such as running, cycling, basketball, and the occasional game...

University of California-Santa Barbara - BS, Electrical Engineering

Babak ...and watching all sports from football to soccer to basketball to ping-pong. And of course, I love teaching. Time goes quickly when I teach because I really enjoy it and rarely do I ever regard teaching as "work." I enjoy helping students and find it rewarding when a student learns a new concept. From my experience, I know it is important for an instructor to be able to put himself in the student's shoes, know...

University of California-Los Angeles - BS, Chemistry

Washington University in St Louis - MD/PhD (MSTP), Medicine/Biophysics