...There's nothing quite like determining end-behavior of polynomial functions! Although I hold my degree in the subject, I'll agree that Biology is one of the toughest sciences to master; there's a ton of material, and the field keeps changing its mind about how much of our DNA is actually junk. That said, I am completely at ease guiding my students through introductory Biology courses.
Newport Coast, CAView Tutor
...The purpose of this class is to develop the perception a student needs for calculus. Function slopes, asymptotes, end-behavior, translations; the purpose of these topics are to ultimately give a student an intuition into function behavior. I help students visualize, predict, and master these co...
Huntington Beach, CAView Tutor
...I have had ample experience in the biotech world and can definitely offer worldly advice. Beyond that, I scored in the 90+ percentile on the DAT test and am currently a 3rd year dental student at UCLA. I've received multiple scholarships at UCLA, including the OKU Kramer award as a distinguished 3rd year dental student.
Irvine, CAView Tutor
...I take great pleasure in watching the look on my students faces as understanding finally starts to dawn on them. I continue to try different methods with my students until I find the method that works for them. I believe that all students have the capability to understand mathematics, most of the students that struggle seem to have very little confidence in their ability.
Oceanside, CAView Tutor
...I finished my degrees on Business Administration, and Economics. Although the requirement for my Economics major was one quarter of econometric, my personal interest made me to take three different courses in econometric. Since the econometric is specific branch of statistics, I had limited number of econometric students.
Yorba Linda, CAView Tutor