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Bil H.
...In addition to my undergrad degrees in Management, Marketing, and Automotive Technology, I have studied a wide range of subjects, both in and out of a classroom: accounting, broadcasting, economics, English, natural science, photography, social media, and theater (just to name a few). My current ...
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49 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, English, writing, reading
Bil H.
$45.00/hr
Santa Ana, CA
Kathryn S.
...About me: I graduated from high school with a 4.3 GPA, and with four years of marching band under my belt. In the fall of 2007, I matriculated at Harvey Mudd College and in 2011, I graduated with my Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology. During my years at Harvey Mudd, I worked for Upward Bound, tutoring low-income high-potential students.
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44 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, chemistry, reading, biology
Kathryn S.
$180.00/hr
Laguna Beach, CA
Ryan Y.
...My name is Ryan. I'm a physicist/astronomer/educator with an excellent background in math, science, economics, business, and history. I have considerable teaching and tutoring experience at high school and college undergraduate levels.
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52 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, chemistry, English, reading
Ryan Y.
$70.00/hr
Hacienda Heights, CA
Candice C.
...I love and get along with all kinds of pets. Additionally, I am a non-smoker. I really enjoy working with kids.
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40 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, English, writing, reading
Candice C.
$40.00/hr
Long Beach, CA
AVINASH V.
...Also all the standardized tests are becoming a bad tool in determining how a student will succeed in the future. The blame can be distributed to the schools, the politicians and unfortunately "boring" teachers. Some teachers aren't just boring but can be quite demeaning to students.
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62 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, chemistry, reading, writing
AVINASH V.
$50.00/hr
Irvine, CA
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