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James N.
...I take the time and patience to make sure every step is done with care and make sure the subject is capable of receiving it before moving on. Special needs students need a lot of love and encouragement. This is one of my specialties.
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20 Subjects: including physics, reading, English, writing
James N.
$40.00/hr
Orange, CA
Kris L.
...Next up is math skills. These are the essentials of course, and practice makes perfect. Raising SAT scores is as much about practice as it is learning new skills.
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24 Subjects: including physics, Spanish, writing, calculus
Kris L.
$80.00/hr
Westminster, CA
Daniel O.
...It can also include trigonometry. While it is not a necessary precursor to calculus (it generally doesn't involve much/any actual calculus), it will certainly help prepare most students. Even students who don't go on to take calculus can still gain a greater understanding of mathematics and problem-solving skills from precalc.
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11 Subjects: including physics, calculus, statistics, SAT math
Daniel O.
$60.00/hr
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
Terri G.
...I work as a Teacher's Assistant and Tutor for mathematics and have done so for about 3 years at the university. I am a member of the mathematics and physics fellowship at my university and am an active member with the youth in my community. I have tutoring experience in all of my listed subject areas.
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14 Subjects: including physics, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
Terri G.
$45.00/hr
Azusa, CA
Jason H.
...It comes down to problem solving strategies. For converting between units in Chemistry, I was taught the railroad method. That alone has gotten me through most of the chemistry problems I have encountered since.
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12 Subjects: including physics, chemistry, English, writing
Jason H.
$50.00/hr
Irvine, CA
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