# Award-Winning Statistics Tutors in Woodland Hills, CA

Ann ...have experience with many students with special needs, including gifted students, students with English as a second language, and students with visual or auditory deficits. I enjoy interacting with new students, developing a rapport with them, and working to meet their particular needs in specific content areas. I am very passionate about education and delivering quality instruction to all students. Outside of education I enjoy aerobics, watching gymnastics competitions, math/word puzzles, trivia, and the history...

California Institute of Technology - BS, Planetary Science

University of Phoenix - MA Ed, Secondary Education

Danielle ...(Certified Financial Analyst) and will be studying for my 2nd part of the CFA exam and completing the Breaking into Wall Street program that all Harvard Grad student complete and contains over 300 hours courses. I have tutored High School and College students in science, math, economic, and business/finance/accounting type subjects. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I have also tutored student and adults on the CPA Exam, GMAT, SAT, and ACT standardized...

University of North Florida - BA, Accounting

University of North Florida - MBA, MBA

Rene I am a recent graduate from the University of California, Irvine. I received my B.A. degree in Quantitative Economics and also minored in Statistics. I have a large amount of experience in the field of mathematics from my time in high school and college. I want to be able to give back to my community by giving the help that I was no always as fortunate to have.

University of California-Irvine - Bachelors, Quantitative Economics and Minor in Statistics

Raymond ...at Stanford University, considering a dual major in economics and film studies. While attending high school, I worked at various summer camps, including the Overtown Youth Center. I also tutored fellow students through a program administered 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,...

Stanford University - BS, Economics

Stanford - Bachelors, Film Studies

Abigail ...1, geometry, algebra 2, 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 that each student is different, with different learning capacities and levels. With this in mind, I...

UC Berkeley - BA, Biology

Kenneth ...and I am a graduate of California State University Northridge. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics as well as a Teaching Credential in Mathematics. I enjoy mathematics and teaching mathematics. I use a combination of discovery and example based teaching in my classroom, and I apply similar teaching practices to tutoring. I try to connect mathematics to real-world examples and scenarios, which helps students see the importance and relevance of mathematics in their daily...

California State University, Nortridge - BA, Mathematics-Teaching

Cole ...education. I also believe that a more personal approach to learning can be extremely more effective, as I am able to find and build from students' strengths. I like to use this so that students can not only learn, but can honestly enjoy the process of learning and expanding their knowledge. My tutoring experience mainly includes working with high school and college students, but I hope to help students of all ages. Outside of the...

University of Nevada, Reno - BS, Economics

Roque ...San Diego State University. I majored in Business Management with a specialization in Entrepreneurship. After receiving my bachelors, I spent two years working in the banking and financial services industry. I am now making the transition to a secondary school Math teacher and will start my teaching credential this upcoming fall. I am passionate about subjects with strong quantitative analysis such as Algebra, Geometry and Statistics. I understand that Math is a difficult subject for...

San Diego State - BA, Business Management

Eric ...anything test prep related. I have multiple years of experience tutoring students of all ages in all the subjects I mentioned and have since developed a passion for helping students understand the material that will help them score the most points. In my first attempt on the SAT as a junior in high school, I scored a 2320 cumulative. In addition, I am a national AP scholar and competed in the math and chemistry olympiads...

UCLA - BS, Chemistry, Environmental Engineering minor

Armen ...of any level in high school (including AP Physics B, C and E&M) as well as undergraduate Physics. I really enjoy teaching physics because of all the real-world applications it has. My tutoring method is very hands-on. I believe practice makes perfect, so I try to go through as many problems with the student as possible. I spend my free time learning computer programming (C++, JavaScript, HTML/CSS etc.), reading Game of Thrones, and watching Star...