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Jose C.
...I plan on someday becoming a physicist, specializing in astrophysics. I myself had to work really hard for years to obtain the math knowledge I now have. Throughout middle school and high school I struggled a lot with math.
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7 Subjects: including precalculus, algebra 1, prealgebra, algebra 2
Jose C.
$30.00/hr
Half Moon Bay, CA
Jeffrey M.
...I do such review on an as-needed basis. An essential part of that review is supervised practice of techniques. In addition to the course work that I did for my physics master's and Ph.D degrees, I did research in the dynamics of protein molecules, including light-harvesting proteins and proteins found in nerve cells.
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17 Subjects: including precalculus, physics, GRE, calculus
Jeffrey M.
$79.00/hr
San Mateo, CA
Jim L.
...I enjoy working with students. When my son was in college, we used to problem solve on the phone and via email. His classmates wanted him to "rent me out".
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41 Subjects: including precalculus, reading, chemistry, writing
Jim L.
$55.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
Robert R.
...I recently taught Algebra 1/2 and 3/4 at a High School. I retired from IBM after 25 years. I hold an Electrical Engineering degree from University of Rhode Island, and a Master's in Education to teach High School Math.
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35 Subjects: including precalculus, chemistry, physics, calculus
Robert R.
$55.00/hr
San Mateo, CA
Andrew C.
...The students who came in regularly and from the beginning saw the greatest gain. Learning organic chemistry, at large, requires a build up from the physicochemical properties of molecules and functional groups, to reactions and mechanisms, to synthesis. Thus, the better the understanding of the prior steps, the better the understanding of the following steps.
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25 Subjects: including precalculus, reading, calculus, chemistry
Andrew C.
$120.00/hr
San Jose, CA
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