...My philosophy when it comes to learning is that hard work is important, but hard work and a little bit fun is even better. I received my bachelors degree in Physics from the University of Redlands, where I studied a wide variety of areas in the field and participated in original and continuing r...
Chatsworth, CAView Tutor
...Before returning to the United States, I prepared for the GMAT on my own and scored a 740 (97th percentile) on the first try. In the last five years, before beginning my MBA at UCLA Anderson and while a student there, I have helped scores of men and women prepare for the GMAT, GRE and SAT to get...
Studio City, CAView Tutor
...A thorough understanding is always the best way to go which would still still be my primary goal while tutoring. I'm 23. The small age gap between me and my students is what is makes my students comfortable with me.
Walnut, CAView Tutor
...There are a ton of formulas and identities that many teachers ask students to memorize, however, I don't. I approach Trigonometry more logically, and limit the formula and identity memorization to an absolute minimum. If can be easily derived, why clutter your brain with another memorized formula.
Fountain Valley, CAView Tutor
...For me, the biggest payoff of tutoring is the moment when the student 'gets it,' when the metaphorical light bulb turns on and what had once been impenetrable becomes straightforward. As for my specific qualifications and thoughts on tutoring math - my SAT Math score was 798. My GRE quantitative score was 770 (old scale, obviously). I received a 5 on the AP Calculus BC test, way back when.
Venice, CAView Tutor