# Award-Winning Physics Tutors in Torrance, CA

Steve I have two years of experience teaching SAT math and verbal courses. I have also privately tutored math majors in various math courses, ranging from linear algebra to probability and multivariate calculus. Many of the high school students I have tutored/mentored went on to be accepted at Ivy League schools (Harvard, Columbia, and Cornell).

City University of New York - B.S., Economics

Daniel ...Cruz with a B.S in Molecular, Cell & Developmental Biology, and am in the process of applying to medical schools. Through my own quest to find good study habits, I learned that there is no single "correct" way to learn. Everyone can learn differently, and my approach to tutoring reflects the wide variety of individuals...

University of California-Santa Cruz - BS, Molecular, Cell & Developmental Biology

Alexey ...me to understand how much knowledge is available to us if we just have the right tools to sort through the information available to us. I've gone through rigorous training at massage school enriching my knowledge of anatomy, physiology and the link between body and mind. I've been a competitive ballroom dancer for 10+ years....

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology - Bachelors, Physics and applied math

MIPT, NES, USC - PhD, Physics and applied math, economics, economics, mathematical finance

Gabrielle ...central Pennsylvania before coming to Chapman University in southern California. I started teaching violin privately out of my 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...

Chapman University - BS and BM, Biochemistry and Music Performance

Joshua ...in 6th grade, I tutored my three younger siblings in many math and science courses up to Trigonometry/Algebra II and Geometry. I was also a fishing counselor for two summers at Roughing It Day camp, and I worked with kids from the ages of 3 up to 16 years old. I have always had a...

CSU Long Baech - BS, Aerospace Eng.

James ...tutor requires an understanding of a diversity of learning styles and teaching techniques. I believe that one-on-one instruction can help a student find the learning style that works best for them. By exploiting a students strengths and focusing on study techniques, students can find the confidence they need to thrive, even in subject where they...

Colorado College - Bachelors, Neuroscience

Erika ...I care very deeply about my students, and I want to see every one of them succeed. My most sincere goal is to help my students find as much enjoyment in learning as I do, and hopefully I can get them all to crack a smile! I am a very exuberant, outgoing, positive person who...

Cornell University - BS, Human Development

Trevor ...USC, originally from Houston, pursuing a B.S in Economics and Mathematics. I have tutored students here at USC through USC's ReadersPlus Program as a math tutor and now tutor with Varsity Tutors. While I have experience in a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about Math and Physics as well as test prep....

University of Southern California - B.S., Economics and Mathematics

Johnny ...Laude) graduate at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) as a Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics (MIMG) major, I wish to give back to my community and help the upcoming generation succeed. Recently, I have begun applications to ADEA AADSAS dental school and wish to spend my extra time inspiring and teaching others. I...

UCLA - Bachelors, Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics (MIMG)

Gabrielle ...fun to be able to reach the correct answer after a few lines of work! In order to teach the concepts, I believe in teaching to simplify the idea. In this manner, the student is able to rationalize the theory on their own, allowing them to apply it in any manner. In addition to teaching...

UCLA - BS, Biochemistry; Microbiology