# Award-Winning Pre-Calculus Tutors in Palos Verdes, CA

Zahra ...early education and active learning, 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 area being taught. This helps both the student and the teacher to move forward with...

University of Arizona - BS, Biology

University of Southern California - MS, Molecular Epidemiology

Molly ...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 important for me to develop excellent time management and study skills in order to be successful. As such, one of my goals as a tutor is to impart organization and planning skills in my students so that they can have a less stressful and more productive academic experience....

Oberlin College - BA, Biochemistry and Neuroscience

Yi ...teachers and mentors. It was not until I started tutoring and volunteering at local libraries and school did I realize that not many students had the fortune that I had. I hope that my academic knowledge as well as charismatic character can help spread some light on the common obstacles of high school math and science. I am ecstatic at the help I have provided so far and look forward to the new opportunities to...

UCLA - Bachelors, Biochemistry

Pamela ...safe and orderly environment. These were the main principles stressed throughout my education at USC, and they coincide with my own personal philosophy. As a fully credentialed math teacher, I am currently employed at Apex Academy High School in Los Angles where I teach Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry and Pre-calculus. I have extensive experience tutoring students in all levels of math as well as SAT and Cahsee prep. My goal is to make learning math...

University of Southern California - BS, Business

University of Southern California - MA, Education

State Certified Teacher

Dwight ...program called Math for America, 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 day. It takes time, lots of effort and at times you will be confused and...

SDSU - BA, Mathematics

University of Southern California - MA, Teaching

Henry ...one-on-one sessions, as well as leading and engaging in group discussions with my peers and colleagues. I have been formally trained in Krav Maga; after five years of instruction, I then became an assistant instructor for children ranging in ages from elementary to middle school . My tutoring abilities mainly revolve around science and mathematics (STEM), but I also have interest in history and psychology. My teaching style can best be described as flexible; I...

University of California-Los Angeles - Current Undergrad, Neuroscience

Clara ...well as teaching swimming lessons for over four years, so I am very confident in my ability to make complicated topics understandable. My favorite area is standardized testing. I love the look on a student's face when they realize that they don't have to be nervous about an exam - that it can actually be really fun if the questions are viewed as the simple patterns they really are. In my free time, I love...

University of Southern California - BS, Neuroscience

Andrew ...my students: to raise their grades and to help them to aspire beyond what they have ever dreamed about. I lead my tutoring sessions to develop the students to become independent: for they will lack the availability of such help throughout college. I lead my tutoring sessions using a variety of methods, until I find the best method to help the students, because I know that each and every student is different. I lead my...

UCLA - BS, Mechanical Engineering

Mark ...into teaching high school math. As it turned out, that didn't happen. I got side-tracked and, enjoying math so much, I stuck around UVA for another two years and earned a MS in Math. I then got drafted by the NSA and did cyptopgraphy for a few years. Now I'm back on (the education) track. I've been teaching math and statistics at ITT-Tech for a few years and, so far, I've taught two sections of...

University of Virginia-Main Campus - BA, Math / Education

University of Virginia-Main Campus - MS, Math / Statistics

Pallavi ...had access to resources. I have learned to be adaptable through these positions. The Caltech honor code has also been a positive influence in my everyday life, and I hope to emphasize to students the satisfaction and drive that one can obtain by working hard to master difficult material. I take joy in learning about these subjects and would appreciate the opportunity to spread my excitement to students. As the majority of my experience has...

California Institute of Technology - BS, Bioengineering and English

Carnegie Mellon University - MS, Biomedical Engineering