### Award-Winning Pre-Calculus Tutors in San Marino, CA

Joanne ...graduated, I still continued to do small group teaching in a private education institute and some one-on-one tutoring. When I see my students are struggling with math, I am always patient and use different approaches to make sure they understand the material before moving on. I can also teach Mandarin Chinese and Cantonese too. If...

Caroline ...in physics, chemistry, and biology; worked as a Calculus tutor for fellow Yalies; volunteered as a computer tutor for patients at the Mental Health Center; and also, spent two months working as an English teacher at an elementary school in Sao Paulo, Brazil. I enjoy tutoring in a broad range of subjects, but specialize in...

Yale University - BS, Psychology

Katherine ...science because I love that they can be used to explain the world around us. I first started tutoring elementary school students in math and reading in 2005. In college I worked for a program that taught math and science to 4th and 5th graders through hands-on activities. I also served as an algebra, geometry,...

University of Colorado Boulder - BS, Environmental Engineering

University of Colorado Boulder - MS, Civil Engineering

Bahar ...enthusiastic about tutoring math, for my students and I are constantly learning new ways to solve the same math problem with a different approach. I believe that learning is not just about memorizing the subject matter but also about organization, preparation, time management, understanding, and connection to the material. Each student has his or her...

University of California-Los Angeles - BS, Psychobiology

University of Southern California - DDS in progress, Dentistry

Andrew ...a great opportunity for me to get to share such knowledge with the ambitious students seeking academic success. To demonstrate my passion in tutoring, I have been a tutor since high school, and have felt comfortable receiving students of all ages and setting very clear goals for all of my students: to raise their grades...

UCLA - BS, Mechanical Engineering

Joshua ...begin working with children from the local Playa Vista Elementary school as a part of a STEM outreach program. I have worked closely with the teachers and together we have completed several experiments: the latest being the construction of solar car models. I love working with kids and sharing my enthusiasm for learning with them....

Loyola Marymount University - BS, Electrical Engineering

David ...while attaining a minor in Asian Humanities. I have been tutoring mathematics, economics, and Chinese since high school. Most students come to me for Chinese lessons and help with standardized test preparation. I am also experienced in teaching algebra, geometry, and calculus. I enjoy working out, reading, and playing with my golden retriever.

University of California-Los Angeles - B.A, Economics, Chinese

University of California-Los Angeles - M.A, East Asian Studies

Alex ...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 watching sports. As a huge sports fan,...

University of Southern California - BS, Chemical Engineering

Jacob ...in secondary education. I studied mathematics in my undergraduate years and felt immediately drawn to education as I began to tutor more of my classmates. While working for these degrees I worked with many students of all ages in tutoring programs, summer school programs, and student teaching experience. As I grew as an educator, I...

Loyola University Chicago - BS, Mathematics

Loyola University - M.Ed, Secondary Education

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