...With LSAT scores in the 93rd percentile, I have a great understanding of the test, especially after being tutored myself. Years of tutoring others have helped me understand it more thoroughly, and more importantly, how to teach it to others. The LSAT can often be quite tricky, and knowing what kinds of questions you'll get is just as important as logic games and reasoning.
Pasadena, CAView Tutor
...My younger child has just gone off to college, and I look forward to increasing my tutoring hours.If it's algebra, I do it. I love languages, and may be able to help in a first course in Latin or German, as well as 1st or 2nd year high school Spanish. I love languages, particularly English, and look forward to helping people become comfortable in it.
Altadena, CAView Tutor
...Lastly, I am in a perfect position to sympathize with the challenges facing students, as I myself continue to take post-graduate coursework in and draft scholarly articles in English Literature. Though I am trained as a lawyer and occasionally assist my wife with her research, writing, and work ...
Los Angeles, CAView Tutor
...When you get the core issues and understand how equations work and what variables mean, new challenges will come easy, and you?ll be ready to turn that A- into an A+ (and no, you can?t just multiply it by negative one). Algebra 2 takes a significant step up from the first year, with more complex ...
Westminster, CAView Tutor
...I am currently a tutor at California State University Los Angeles, and have been working here for the past 18 months now. I tutor not just algebra, but also higher level math courses such as trigonometry, precalculus, and more. Tutoring to me is more than a job.
Monterey Park, CAView Tutor