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Ralph P.
...I am bilingual which has added to my success as a teacher in the San Diego community. I attended Southwestern College, University of Redlands, UCSD, and USD, earning a AS, BS, and MA degrees. While teaching mostly high school subjects, I specialized in Math, Science, and the GED.
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21 Subjects: including algebra 2, English, writing, geometry
Ralph P.
$45.00/hr
Jamul, CA
Patrick T.
...I have found that these are the most difficult to improve upon. Luckily, they are my specialty. I am an expert at seeing these kinds of problems from many different angles, and my students have benefited greatly.
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26 Subjects: including algebra 2, Spanish, chemistry, physics
Patrick T.
$49.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Jacob L.
Hi. I'm Jake. I'm currently finishing my university transfer requirements for Civil/Structural Engineering at San Diego City College this spring semester.
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5 Subjects: including algebra 2, geometry, algebra 1, prealgebra
Jacob L.
$25.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Jennifer F.
...I have years of chemistry tutoring experience, ranging from high school chemistry and AP chemistry to college chemistry and lab assisting. My strength is breaking down what seems like big concepts and relating it to stuff students have seen before. I'm patient and personable, and I work really well with students who may have anxiety toward this subject.
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13 Subjects: including algebra 2, chemistry, statistics, calculus
Jennifer F.
$40.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Eriberto V.
...See-saws move from side to side because they are not balanced. The equals sign is the middle of the see-saw. In order to maintain a "balanced algebraic equation" you need to do the same mathematical operation to both sides... Also, don't let those strange letters scare you.
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21 Subjects: including algebra 2, Spanish, French, statistics
Eriberto V.
$40.00/hr
Chula Vista, CA
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