Award-Winning Physical Chemistry Tutors in Pico Rivera, CA
Lobna Bonjour tout le monde! My name is Lobna, I have a PhD in Electrical Engineering and a passion for teaching. If you want to improve in your math/science subjects, while not getting bored, let me know! :)
Shiraz University - BA, Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Nanyang Technological University - PhD, Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Molly ...to each student's needs and interests, and knowledge of typical questions and difficult concepts and how to explain these topics in multiple ways. In addition to my academic endeavors, I was also a highly competitive varsity cross-country and track athlete in both high school and college. Because of the demanding nature of sports, it was...
Oberlin College - BA, Biochemistry and Neuroscience
Alex ...of NCAA football, four years of NCAA baseball, and one year of NCAA soccer. I am currently in graduate school working on my Master's Degree in Education and Teaching Credential. I have tutored since my freshman year of college, and have found that helping others succeed is a passion of mine. As I study to...
Whittier College - BS, Chemistry
Whittier College - MS, Master's Education/Teaching Credential
Tatiana ...tutoring and aiding students in a year-long college program called “Youth Empowerment Program” (YEP) that tailors towards elementary school students with disabilities and family problems in downtown Los Angeles. However, when I do have free time, I enjoy hiking, running, reading, and playing badminton, which help me keep a balanced and healthy lifestyle.
UCLA - BS, Biochemistry
Yousif ...just memorizing various facts. I spend my free time playing soccer and doing other sport related activities. I also love cooking and learning new ways to make food. Currently, I am in the process of applying to medical school and would gladly give advice on what it's like and how to prepare for application season....
University of California - Los Angeles - BS, Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics
Mason ...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, and vegan cooking.
California Institute of Technology - BS, Chemistry
Gabrielle ...home in high school, which inspired my love of teaching and drove me to become a tutor for my university. While I love math and the sciences, I also have a passion for music, which I'm also currently pursuing at the conservatory level. My tutoring style is very student-based, where I pay close attention to...
Chapman University - BS and BM, Biochemistry and Music Performance
Susan ...and as I have studied more subjects the areas in which I tutor have also gotten broader. I have a language focus now. I enjoy the richness of the English language and even the challenge of following all of the rules, punctuation, etc. The job of a writing coach is also very important. While we...
Michigan Technological University - BS, Mathematics
Michigan Technological University - MS, Biology
Eastern University - Certification, ESL Teacher
State Certified Teacher
Mark I am a recent Yale graduate with a B.S in chemical engineering. I have over 5 years of experience tutoring a wide range of subjects, and I am very passionate about math and science. My favorite part of tutoring is instilling confidence into students and making them feel that they can understand and enjoy a...
Yale University - BS, Chemical Engineer
Idean ...them crave more. Furthermore, by asking simple analytical questions about the discussed topic I try to keep our session like a game; where my students act like young researchers coming up with their own analytic conclusions. Knowledge, enthusiasm, care, and patience are the important elements of tutoring, and I guarantee you a very helpful tutoring...
University of California-Los Angeles - BS, Biochemistry