Award-Winning Science Tutors in Anaheim, CA
Alison "...I have an endless amount of patience with students in any subject area; I simply want each student to have the chance to succeed. During my free time, I like to go to the gym or practice yoga. I spend a lot of time playing with my pets, a Boston terrier and a rescue cat..."
Robert "... Recently, I have also helped students prepare for the ACT. I really enjoy fostering an environment where students can learn and perform to the best of their abilities. I strive to put my students in situations where they can work through problems and feel proud when they succeed..."
Shirley "...These two experiences helped me in my decision for a future career, and more importantly, taught me problem-solving skills and the valuable lesson of thinking outside the box. In my spare time, I enjoy hiking, running, and weightlifting. I also love to relax and watch sunsets at the beach. My main areas of expertise are life sciences (genetics, physiology, etc), chemistry, mathematics, and physics..."
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - BS, Physiological Science
Arveen "...The main reason for this is my love and knack for mathematics and logic but of course there are other factors such as my work and hobby. While a student at UCR, I worked as a Supplemental Instructor on the UCR campus. For 5 quarters, I instructed General Chemistry and for 3 years, I instructed Physics. I have also worked as a tutor for a private educational company where I tutored students in College Physics, General Chemistry, Biology, and Mathematics up to Calculus..."
University of California Riverside - BS, Biological Sciences
Thu "...I want to understand the world we live in and keep updated about what's currently going on around us. I have been a tutor, a mentor, or a teaching assistant to many students, from elementary school to college. I always enjoy being a mentor in order to assist children not only to do well in school but also to be a good person for his/her community. I want to give my students as much information and guidance as I can so they can go as far as they possibly can..."
UC Berkeley - BS, Civil Engineering
MIT - MS, Civil Engineering
Noor "...My teaching style includes using lots of visual aids to make the concept easier to grasp and ensures that all my students understand the concept instead of memorizing the subject. My expertise lies in teaching math and biology. I am currently in my third-year of dental school and will graduate as a dentist in 2017..."
Jeremy "...Sometimes, a little self confidence and sympathetic/supportive "pep-talk" before a large exam over the phone can make the difference between scoring one's expected score versus doing just average. Having gone through this many times myself, I have developed techniques to help me and my students overcome this pre-exam anxiety. In my spare time, I enjoy fixing and riding motorcycles, hiking, photography, and geocaching..."
Matthew "...I also taught a Mineralogy course at Loma Linda University in the winter of 2013. When teaching, my objective is to help students understand the big picture, which gives them a framework that they can fill with details and a way to associate seemingly unrelated concepts. In my spare time, I enjoy fossil collecting, reading, writing, making movies, and spending time in nature..."
Joe "...I find it very rewarding to help students one on one and see them improve and learn. The main way I teach students is to break down the subject they are struggling with; explain the basic concepts of the subject and then build on it, not just giving the students the answer, but asking them questions, helping guide them to the right answer. Outside of academics, I enjoy a variety of things..."
Vishrut "... I love helping students work through academic challenges and reach their full potential. That is why I am a very patient and encouraging tutor. I like to make math fun for the student and explain concepts in ways they can easily relate to..."