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Dublin, CA Chemistry Tutors

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Dhruv J.
...I have taught prospective tutors how to tutor chemistry., I have received three grants to determine the nature of obstacles in learning and improve student success. I received the Most Motivating Teacher award of the math and Science Division of my community college in 2012. I know how to address student misconceptions about learning chemistry and help them overcome obstacles in learning.
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1 Subject: chemistry
Dhruv J.
$60.00/hr
Union City, CA
Ogonna N.
...I competed on the national team for 10 years. I currently do private coaching. And I have coached at the junior level extensively.
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5 Subjects: including chemistry, physics, biology, volleyball
Ogonna N.
$90.00/hr
Stanford, CA
Laurence B.
...I know that each student has different specific needs for review and support, so I always begin with a practice test as a diagnostic and use the results of that test as the guideline for customizing the course to the student. My years of success prove I know how to increase scores!I have a Maste...
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44 Subjects: including chemistry, English, reading, writing
Laurence B.
$55.00/hr
Pleasant Hill, CA
Thomas R.
I am a recent ivy league college graduate who has a passion for people. I tutor both academics and chess. Chess has been one of my biggest passions since I played my first tournament as a child.
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13 Subjects: including chemistry, writing, physics, biology
Thomas R.
$60.00/hr
Danville, CA
Gil Z.
It's much harder to learn something when you don't care about the topic. That's why I've always approached learning as two step process. The first step is getting to the "hmm!" moment -- that moment when you realize that the particular topic you're studying really does matter.
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35 Subjects: including chemistry, English, Spanish, physics
Gil Z.
$95.00/hr
Oakland, CA
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