...My students all say that I put them at ease and that makes them feel free to learn. I am also able to explain the same thing in many different ways, or find different tools to help them learn and retain the material. I am the first child in my large extended family to graduate from middle school, and I was able to go all the way to get a college degree and then a PhD.
Berkeley, CAView Tutor
...I tutor statistics multiple times a week. "Excellent tutor." - Ricardo from San Mateo, CA Andreas has been an excellent tutor for my son. He is very patient and allows my son to understand even the toughest items of probabilities and statistics. I recommend him for future tutoring.
Oakland, CAView Tutor
...Berkeley. I have tutored (as an estimate) over a hundred students so far in elementary and advanced algebra. My basic method was to make sure they understood what slopes and intercepts were and how they worked before moving on to show how different forms of the basic Y = mX + b linear equations, (including the point slope, and two point method) were evolved.
Alameda, CAView Tutor
...This means that, when teaching it, I am always very excited and happy about it. I find that this always helps, because there's nothing better than enthusiasm to create interest in a class. I also have quite a lot of experience teaching it, since it is a class that many people struggle with, so I get many requests.
San Francisco, CAView Tutor
...Algebra 1 will always be one of my favorites to teach because of the potential applications that stem from much of the rigor behind the materials covered in this course. I taught Algebra 2 a number of years at an international school. This is one of my favorite subjects to teach because it tends to be a "make or break" class for students to either love or hate math.
Fairfax, CAView Tutor