...Aside from my career goals, I love to teach and tutor students. My approach in helping students is to be a mentor above all and help students reach their own academic goals. I feel happy to be able to assist students excel in areas in which they struggle with because I understand that school can be tough sometimes and I am willing to help in any way possible.
Ontario, CAView Tutor
...I can tell you from personal experience - the LSAT is beatable. It's a matter of understanding the sections, learning how to think about the questions and avoid common traps, and learning some of the shortcuts that will allow you to manage your time effectively. My biggest strength as a teacher is quickly assessing and understanding my students' thought processes.
Hacienda Heights, CAView Tutor
...Algebra: 19 questions on solving equations (both regular and quadratic), inequalities and systems of equations in 2 variables, dealing with polynomials and factoring, and some stuff like complex numbers, exponent operations, etc. Geometry: 23 questions on coordinate geometry, lines, parabolas, g...
Thousand Oaks, CAView Tutor
I'm a recent graduate of University of Southern California, B.S in Neuroscience. During my time at USC I was hired as a Supplemental Instructor for Math II, which is equivalent to Calculus II. This program requires instructors to teach peers, hold weekly sessions, and create worksheets for classes and midterm/final reviews.
Chino Hills, CAView Tutor
...My command of Ancient Greek is complete. Authors that I have read include Plato, Herodotus, Homer, Lysias, Demosthenes, Sophocles, Euripides, New Testament, Lucian, and selections of others. Linear Algebra: My background in Mathematics is quite deep and extensive, and Linear Algebra happens to be my favorite of the sub-disciplines.
Glendale, CAView Tutor