### Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Santa Fe Springs, CA

Caroline ...graduate study in Education. I have been tutoring/teaching since 1999, and I love it! I really enjoy helping others reach their academic goals. I have experience tutoring Basic Math to Advanced Calculus. My tutoring style is working with the student to find what helps them learn the most! I believe that with a little help,...

University of California-Los Angeles - BS, Pure Mathematics, Public Affairs minor

Joshua ...years old. I have always had a passion for solving puzzles and understanding how things work, leading me to obtain my degree in engineering, and I find it very rewarding when I can instill these ideas to what a student is learning. While I am not at school, I would rather be outside. I love...

CSU Long Baech - BS, Aerospace Eng.

Jennifer ...with their own abilities is the best thing a tutor can ask for. For mathematics, I've taken up to Calculus BC in high school, and Multivariable Calculus at UCR. I understand the concepts, but I can also explain them using applicable examples. Really, math is like a language; you need to know the basics before...

University of California, Riverside - BS, Chemistry

Dwight ...which is based in Los Angeles and I've been living here for the past few months while attending graduate school at USC. I really enjoy math. I always tell my students that to recognize that math is challenging is to take the first step towards being successful in it. No one learns math in one...

SDSU - BA, Mathematics

University of Southern California - MA, Teaching

Gabriel ...The time I have spent taking and tutoring students for standardized tests has only refined my understanding of what students need and have the most trouble with. Although I enjoy and have experience teaching a vast array of subjects (especially during my time at a graduation lab at Irving High School), I am especially drawn...

University of Southern California - BA, Neuroscience

Matthew ...tutoring through a club called Mu Alpha Theta from 8th to 12th grades, and I still tutor friends and classmates here and there in my classes if they need help understanding certain concepts. I enjoy play most sports, especially basketball and tennis! I got a 2200 on my SAT (800 math, 740 writing, 660 verbal)...

UCLA - Current Undergrad, Biology

Zahra ...where both the teacher and the student have active roles in the student’s learning process. I always find it rewarding when tutoring and teaching a student. My primary goal is to plant the love of learning in my students, so they do not feel pressured in the process of advancing their knowledge in the subject...

University of Arizona - BS, Biology

University of Southern California - MS, Molecular Epidemiology

Gabrielle ...attention to what concepts they are most struggling with and break down complex ideas into more manageable chunks. Also, I believe the SAT tests more critical reading than any other skill, and I encourage students to be very detail-oriented about what the question is actually asking. Through tutoring at Chapman, I am used to students...

Chapman University - BS and BM, Biochemistry and Music Performance

Elisabeth ...up when they understand math and grow in confidence. My experience includes working with high school students in geometry, algebra, and trigonometry. Working with a student individually not only shows progress but also allows me to focus on his or her needs and put in my best efforts. I find that it is more important...

California State University-Long Beach - Bachelors, Electrical Engineering

Maggie ...endeavor of teaching Math. My experiences have inspired me to exercise my passion for mathematics and learning in the teaching profession. I am familiar with the great sense of accomplishment that comes with being able to finally solve a problem after struggling with it for long periods of time. For me, there is no greater...

University of La Verne - BS, Mathematics