### Award-Winning Statistics Tutors in South Pasadena, CA

Joanne ...Even after I 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...

University of California-Riverside - BS, Mathematics

Abigail ...trigonometry, calculus, and biology. From all these subjects, my favorite to tutor is any math subject. I enjoy working with numbers and finding different methods of teaching math concepts so that students can understand and enjoy the learning session. If I had to describe my tutoring style, it would be a student-centric style. I understand...

UC Berkeley - BA, Biology

Daniel ...and situations relevant to the students age, maturity, interests and experiences. Every student learns differently and the key to being a successful tutor is identifying those differences and leveraging them to help your child learn. I have over 1,000 hours of experience working with students from grades 1-12 and am eager to put that experience...

University of Texas at Austin - BBA, Finance

Roque ...that Math is a difficult subject for a student that does not get excited about numbers. As a natural born problem solver, I get excited for every opportunity to share my enthusiasm with students and work together towards conquering an army of Math tests. In my spare time, I enjoy jogging outdoors, watching inspirational documentaries...

San Diego State - BA, Business Management

Alison ...Engineering at the University of Southern California. What I enjoy most about tutoring is that I get the chance to explore multiple teaching methods in order to find a method that works for each individual student. I have come to realize that everybody learns in different ways and at a different pace, and it is...

University of Southern California - BSEE, Electrical Engineering

Mason ...visual and hands-on learner myself. Consequently, I find the most rewarding aspect of tutoring to be helping and allowing clients to connect "textbook" science to the real world, making the material more intuitive, relatable, and (dare I say) fun. In my spare time, I enjoy competitive Magic: the Gathering and poker, recreational mathematics and cryptography,...

Raymond ...by my high 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...

Stanford University - BS, Economics

Stanford - Bachelors, Film Studies

Neil ...see these subjects as a combination of a puzzle and a good story, a way of understanding the world around us and how it came to be. I love sharing my passion about these topics with my students, especially when I’m able to show them how things fit together, rather than just being a list...

Harding University - BA, Politcal Science

Pepperdine University - MS, Communication

Gerardo ...and as a freelance tutor for grades 6th to 12th. I did SAT and ACT prep as well as subject tutoring. I have also done volunteer tutoring for kids from underprivileged backgrounds. In short, I love to tutor. When I tutor, my personal teaching philosophy is to make sure that my students learn by intuition...

California Institute of Technology - B.S., Mechanical Engineering

Jesse ...my understanding of the principles of both teaching and how Physics can be taught. Many students are intimidated by math and physics so I strive to make the content as digestible and accessible. Helping students learn the essentials of math and physics is important to me as it allows for a greater base to which...

University of California, San Diego - BS, Physics