# Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Porter Ranch, CA

Chris ...their knowledge of the material as we progress through the subject. Learning Math requires quite a bit of repetition in order to remember how to solve certain problems. I recommend that my students work through similar problems on their own in their free time. It is the best way to prepare for tests and quizzes. When it comes to Computer Science, I always have my student write out pseudo-code before we start typing away at...

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott - BS, Electrical Engineering

Daniel ...degree next year. I have helped many of my colleagues pass their classes and understand concepts in subjects they have trouble with. I also have great experience helping students much younger than myself, from elementary school through high school. My favorite subject to tutor is calculus, I believe the concepts of calculus are much simpler than most instructors make them out to be and that most problems in understanding them can be easily fixed with...

Jarvis ...Engineering. Since my graduation, I have regularly tutored different mathematics and science courses such as Physics, Geometry, Algebra I and II, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus. I especially enjoy using guided practice to help others understand a little more about the material and its implications for the real world. I believe that I'm a good tutor because I understand from experience what it's like to not have a natural affinity for mathematics. I'm living proof that...

North Carolina State University at Raleigh - BS, Chemical Engineering

Dolores ...Medicine are passions of mine and I have done research in a variety of different areas, including virology, breast cancer and bioinformatics. I am set to begin Medical School this coming Fall. My official tutoring started in college when I was hired by the Athletic Department to be a Spanish tutor for student athletes. Since this past August, I have been tutoring high school students in Algebra I, Algebra II and Geometry at a Chicago...

Katelyn ...analyze situations in their own lives. My tutoring style is to recognize the way the student learns (whether it be visually, kinetically, auditorily, etc.) and to deliver the information using that method in the most fun and encouraging way possible. I like to be creative and show the students that learning doesn't have to be boring. Outside of academia, I am a very musical person. I play guitar and sing, and I love to listen...

University of South Florida-Main Campus - BS, Industrial Engineering

Amir ...my Bachelors of Science in Biology from the University of Houston in May 2011, and it was at this campus where I engaged in my first tutoring experience. At Learning Support Services, my employer, I provided weekly instruction to fellow UH undergraduates during the Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 academic semesters. The subjects I tutored ranged from college level science courses to advanced mathematics. In my opinion, the most rewarding aspect of tutoring is when...

Sanvy ...no student who cannot improve: every individual has a preferred method for arriving at an answer, and it's up to the tutor to guide them towards optimal performance. Although I graduated with a science degree, I study philosophy and history for fun. I enjoy playing board games and piecing puzzles together. Nothing makes me more proud than to nurture students into mature, intelligent individuals; in the process, I mature along with them, and they ironically...

Hope ...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 of...

Point Loma Nazarene University - BA, Nutrition and Food

Allison ...it forever by being a teacher. While that 7-year-old mindset has matured, the underlying passion has not changed. I have been teaching high school math for 11 years and still love engaging with students about the subject. Throughout those 11 years, I have had the privilege of working with many types of students with many different skill levels. I've loved these experiences because it has given me the opportunity to develop a large tool box...

Missouri State University - BS, Math Education

State Certified Teacher

Matthew ...- Camden, and worked as an attorney. Currently, I am pursuing my master's degree in education at the University of Southern California, after which I plan on teaching high school mathematics. During college, I worked as an on-campus mathematics tutor for precalculus and calculus, and have also worked as a high school mathematics teacher for algebra and geometry. I can tutor any subject in mathematics, from the elementary level through the college level, and can...

Rutgers University-New Brunswick - BA, Mathematics

Rutgers School of Law - Camden - JD, Law