# Award-Winning Statistics Tutors in Manhattan Beach, CA

Lionel ...and why that is the correct way in the first place. Outside of academia my time is spent evenly between reading fantasy books from the library on my kindle, playing video games with my friends, and watching Japanese film and animation. I think of myself as fairly low-key, patient, and supportive. I don't expect anyone to get everything right all the time and I expect we will both make mistakes during the tutoring processes, but...

University of Arizona - BS, Math/Statistics

Samuel ...tutoring students from elementary up to college. I have a great deal of passion when it comes to teaching. It is a great feeling knowing you are able to help someone reach their education goals. After I finish my doctorate, I will look to find a professor position at a 4-year university. My areas of expertise are in junior high and high school level math as well as all levels of Economics. In my spare...

University of California at San Diego - B.A., Economics and Psychology

Claremont Graduate - PhD, Economics

Bess ...I find that things are easiest to learn if they can be applied to everyday kind of experiences, so I like to try and find ways to tie concepts into daily life. While I spend a lot of my time wrapped up in school, particularly in research and statistics, I also work part time as a therapy intern, and in my free time I love to ride bicycles. I am an avid cyclist, and I...

Sara ...a truly rewarding and enjoyable role. I am most experienced in teaching Math, I am certified to teach Science, and I greatly enjoy challenging students to learn and appreciate Engineering subjects as well. I know that anyone can become proficient and excel at any task, and I strive to instill interest in my students, to capture their attention, and to foster their potential until they are confident, happy and capable. I take pride in simplifying...

California State University-Los Angeles - BS, Mechanical Engineering

California State University-Los Angeles - MS, Mechanical Engineering

Cole ...to learning can be extremely more effective, as I am able to find and build from students' strengths. I like to use this so that students can not only learn, but can honestly enjoy the process of learning and expanding their knowledge. My tutoring experience mainly includes working with high school and college students, but I hope to help students of all ages. Outside of the academic realm, I enjoy football, hockey, movies, and spending...

University of Nevada, Reno - BS, Economics

Brendan ...personable which is good for working with kids, and there were many times where the relationship I'd built with the student would help with motivating or pushing students through rough patches. In addition, my Philosophy background means that I'm pretty good at contextualizing problems, subjects, and disciplines within a larger schema that helps to uncover the seemingly unlimited craziness of everything you learn in the school setting. I have a good understanding of both sides...

James Madison University - BS, Mathematics and Philosophy

Raj ...also a member of the EnCorps Teachers Program and a teacher candidate currently pursuing a California Single Subject Mathematics Intern Credential through UCLA Extension. I have about 20 years of experience tutoring Mathematics to students from various ethnic and cultural backgrounds, as well as special needs students. I also have extensive experience in tutoring and coaching students in taking Standardized Tests, with emphasis on test taking strategies. I am a firm proponent of education, believing...

California State University - BS, Mathematics

UCLA Extension - Preliminary Teaching Credential, Single Subject Teaching Credential in Mathematics

Maroun ...with junior high and high school students. I usually tutor Math, as it is my strongest subject based on the fact that I have loved Math since I was a child! On occasion, I have also tutored Physics and Chemistry. My goal was to become a High School Math teacher and change the way students feel about this subject. My teaching philosophy is based on the Socratic Method. My questioning engages students and allows their...

CalState Fullerton - BA, Mathematics

CalState Fullerton - MBA, Business Administration

Mitch If you need help with Chemistry or Physics (for High School or Community College), or any kind of math from Algebra on - let me be your tutor! These subjects don't have to be hard. I can break them down and explain them for you. I'm a nerd (fantasy and science fiction) from way back, as well as a space nut. I'm a little quirky, and I make bad puns sometimes - but nobody's perfect!

Stanford - BS, General Engineering

Peter ...to algebra. I love to tutor math because I enjoy the straightforward, "one-solution" nature of arithmetic and I find communicating this idea to my students is a fun, easy way to get ahead in math. As a visual and verbal learner, I implement highly interactive methods when tutoring my students. I like to use lots of examples to reiterate practice, while also making sure to exhibit the utmost patience when working with my students. I...

University of Southern California - B.S. & B.A., Health Promotion Disease Prevention & Theatre Arts