...I gauge where the student is at in knowing the concepts by having him/her work out the problems. Every problem has two parts: the first is recognizing what kind of problem it is (e.g. quadratic equation) and the second is the mechanics of working it out (e.g. arithmetic skills, factoring, quadratic formula). I have been tutoring since I was in high school myself. I keep it simple and fun!
Santa Ana, CAView Tutor
...It is because I am committed, accessible and caring. My goal is to ensure that each student reaches their full potential to secure a successful future. I have demonstrated that by helping kids facing OCD/ADD/ADHD.
Huntington Beach, CAView Tutor
...Growing up, math was always relatively fun for me. Numbers, patterns and sequences came naturally, and I could always see the "WHY" behind the principles being explained in class. After two years as a peer tutor in college I realized that the math that confused so many of my fellow students just needed to be explained the way that I saw it.
Irvine, CAView Tutor
...I earned a score of 168 (96 percentile) on the Law School Admissions Test and am currently in the process of applying to law schools. I have more than a year of experience privately tutoring numerous students- ranging from 5th graders to college students- in math, history, and the social science...
Placentia, CAView Tutor
...Although I hold my degree in the subject, I'll agree that Biology is one of the toughest sciences to master; there's a ton of material, and the field keeps changing its mind about how much of our DNA is actually junk. That said, I am completely at ease guiding my students through introductory Biology courses. I've lost count of the number of chemistry students I've helped.
Newport Coast, CAView Tutor