# Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Porter Ranch, CA

Chris ...their knowledge of the material as we progress through the subject. Learning Math requires quite a bit of repetition in order to remember how to solve certain problems. I recommend that my students work through similar problems on their own in their free time. It is the best way to prepare for tests and quizzes. When it comes to Computer Science, I always have my student write out pseudo-code before we start typing away at...

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott - BS, Electrical Engineering

KiKi ...in Architecture at the University of Colorado Denver. I began tutoring math in high school to help other student athletes stay current with material. I then tutored math and science more formally, primarily at the High School and Collegiate level, for the past 6 years. I additionally have held group review sessions and done individual standardized test prep for the ACT, SAT and GRE quantitative section. I believe in personalizing tutoring sessions and setting goals...

McGill university - BS, Chemistry

Vania ...spark this love of physics in my students, and as a consequence also sparking a love in mathematics, a necessary companion to physics. I also enjoy helping students prepare for the SAT because it is a test where practice makes perfect. Seeing a student gain confidence and start growing in knowledge is a very satisfying experience. Outside of academics my extra-curriculars and hobbies include: classical piano, EMS, swimming, 3D printing, and medical devices.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology - BS, Mechanical Engineering/Music

Sahil ...a future medical school student, I know that hard work and dedication are necessary to success. Over the last few years, I have been privileged to tutor lots of students from kindergarten level to college. The most satisfying part has been making the students realize their own potential and see their grades improve. I tutor in many different subjects such as various levels of math, science, history, English, Test-taking strategies, and writing. I strongly believe...

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Bachelors, Molecular and Cellular Biology

Kaitlin ...last two years and plan on pursuing my Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine within the next two years. I am comfortable tutoring students in all levels of math from arithmetic to pre-calculus. All of my former students have found my methods beneficial. I have tutored students in both middle school and college level math. I love to help others master the material they struggle to understand by relating the material to other facets of their lives....

University of Chicago - BS, Biochemistry

Aaron ...in Architectural Engineering. I'm fairly new to formal tutoring but I've been helping my five children with their homework for the last 18 years. I consider math and science my favorite subjects, with physics being one of my most favorite. When I'm coaching a student, I believe in a very tailored approach which encourages and strengthens the knowledge and skills that a student has and then adds the information that is needed to succeed. Rote...

The University of Texas at Austin - BS, Architectural Engineering

Samantha ...want, to understand. However, learning should not be a chore. I believe that every student should be able to enjoy the process of learning. My goal as a tutor is to help you regain interest, and ultimately succeed, in your classes. I am passionate about mathematics and science and am currently attending the University of Utah as a mechanical engineering student. Like you or your child, I have taken many hard classes and tests and...

University of Utah - Current Undergrad, Mechanical Engineering

Christina ...students see they can “get it”. Those “ah-ha” moments are not only building blocks in their skills, but more importantly, reinforcing who they are and their abilities. For my students who already have confidence in their math ability, it is about pushing them to the next level. Math is about problem solving, puzzles and thinking outside the box. By presenting problems within their skillset but slightly beyond their experience, it allows for the imaginary side...

University of Massachusetts Amherst - BA, Political Science/Economics

CUNY Brooklyn College - MS, Mathematics Education

NYU Wagner - MPA, Non-profit and Public Administration

State Certified Teacher

Dominic ...of gravity and general relativity with quantum mechanics, the physics of the subatomic realm. One of my advantages as a math tutor, in particular, is that I have first hand experience with many of the applications of mathematics, i.e. to Astronomy, Physics, Economics, and even to "soft" sciences like Psychology through Statistics. Getting students to understand the broader picture of why math is important has proven to be very effective in providing positive motivation for...

The University of Texas at Austin - BA, Mathematics

Glenn ...Engineering with a focus on system dynamics and control, and robotics. During my time at Georgia geometry to pre-calculus as well as SAT Math and physics. I also frequently helped younger students with basic engineering courses by helping them to build a solid understanding of problem solving skills and basic concepts. Whatever subject I am tutoring the approach is the same, build good understanding and problem solving so that a student is able to tackle...

Georgia Institute of Technology - BS, Mechanical Engineering