# Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Hollywood Hills, CA

Alison ...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 my job to accommodate each student’s needs. I establish a connection with each student to ensure he or she feels comfortable...

University of Southern California - BSEE, Electrical Engineering

Jeremy ...years in with Dallas ISD, I taught pre-engineering courses. In these classes, students learned 3-D modeling as well as drafting, robotics programming in C++, as well as applied physics. I have worked with students of all background and pride myself on not only teaching testing strategies, but new ways to think: an engineering education does not teach you how to "fix stuff," but rather teaches the willing student how to approach problems in a systematic...

Louisiana State University - BS and BA, Mechanical Engineering and English

Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - MS, Mechanical Engineering

Charlie ...school at The Pingry School, where my curiosity was naturally swept up by Math and Physics. This would eventually lead to my earliest experiences with tutoring - using pictures and mnemonic devices to understand some of the heavier concepts myself, and subsequently sharing those with other students. My academic studies ultimately led me to Dartmouth College. Finding myself enthralled with both the creative capabilities as well as the underlying technical affordances of Computer Science, I...

Dartmouth College - BA, Digital Arts

Aziz ...tests, and writing. Personally, I have found the subjects of calculus and statistics to be the most interesting and fun to teach. Though they seem daunting, showing students real life examples of both subjects has helped them realize how applicable and useful these subjects can be, ranging from topics in economics to astronautical engineering to the fashion industry. My teaching style is based on breaking down problems into simple steps, and understanding the logic behind...

University of Southern California - BS, Industrial and Systems Engineering

Hope ...a graduate with a Bachelor's in Nutrition and a minor in Spanish from Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego where I competed on the tennis team for four years. I tutored throughout college for peers, high school students, and middle school students. I also taught private tennis lessons for six years after high school. I am very passionate about teaching! I have just applied to dental school and am planning to start in fall...

Point Loma Nazarene University - BA, Nutrition and Food

Dominique ...at Princeton High School during my freshman year of college. I have also taught SAT math courses for two consecutive years through the program Let's Get Ready. My specialty is in SAT and ACT prep, but I can also tutor all levels of math through Calculus AB and basic courses in biology and chemistry. I also have extensive experience with the AP and IB programs, as I went through them both in high school. I...

Princeton University - BA, Neuroscience

Idean ...was to synthesize a topologically interesting porphyrin. Applying what I had learned in class to a real research project helped me to realize the importance of what I had learned. Hence, I try to conduct my tutoring sessions in this fashion by keeping it interactive and showing my students how what we learn is being applied to our everyday life. My understanding is that knowing the practicality of the information proves its importance to the...

University of California-Los Angeles - BS, Biochemistry

Roque ...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 a student that does not...

San Diego State - BA, Business Management

Jordan ...the winter, I like to travel back home to New England to see my family and snowboard. I have been tutoring since I was in high school, both privately and with tutoring companies. I have worked with all ages but have focused mostly on high school and college students for math and test prep including grade-school math, Geometry, Algebra, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, and SAT and ACT prep. Additionally, I was a substitute teacher for all...

Northwestern University - BS, Biomedical Engineering

California State Dominguez Hills - MS, Prosthetics and Orthotics

Kellie ...provided me with strong communication skills, expertise in various instruction strategies, and the ability to excite students about learning. I’m particularly passionate about chemistry, and am excited to share my enthusiasm for science with others. With the life sciences, I emphasize overall understanding in place of rote memorization. With math, I stress practice to best develop critical thinking and problem solving techniques. These are general strategies that can be adapted to meet the unique learning...

University of Southern California - BS, Neuroscience