...My teaching styles varies with every student because everyone's need and way of learning are all different. Making my piano class fun and Chinese class practical are the first priorities! Depends on my students and parents' goals, either they just want to have fun learning music or take it all the way to write essays in Chinese, I'm all for it!
Arcadia, CAView Tutor
...Besides, English and French, I'm also fluent in Arabic, and I teach Arabic classes in my community. Math has always been my favorite subject at school and university. I've accomplished more than 50 units in Math at the university.
West Covina, CAView Tutor
...I completed my MBA at UCLA Anderson in July, 2015. After graduating from UC Berkeley, I took the GRE and my Verbal Reasoning score was in the 96th percentile, while my Quantitative Reasoning score was in the 93rd percentile. More recently, I prepared for the GMAT on my own and scored a 740 (97th percentile) on the first try.
Studio City, CAView Tutor
...I was a former 4 year peer advisor at my alma mater- SDSU, and held several tutoring jobs during my undergraduate college years. I graduated from Barry University with my Doctorate degree of Podiatric Medicine in 2009 with 3 years of hospital-setting clinical experience. I have a BA in Biology and a Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine.
Long Beach, CAView Tutor
...English, literature, writing, spelling, grammar, proofreading, reading, and vocabulary have always been my strong points. English and Literature were always my easiest subjects, even when I started taking AP classes. I've read everything from fiction to fantasy, Russian, Italian, and French Literature, as well as many of the classics.
Los Angeles, CAView Tutor