...I can tell you from personal experience - the LSAT is beatable. It's a matter of understanding the sections, learning how to think about the questions and avoid common traps, and learning some of the shortcuts that will allow you to manage your time effectively. My biggest strength as a teacher is quickly assessing and understanding my students' thought processes.
Hacienda Heights, CAView Tutor
...Real world applications are presented within the course content and a function's approach is emphasized. This course extends the topics first seen in Algebra I and provides advanced skills in algebraic operations. Additionally, linear and quadratic functions and relations, conic sections, exponential and logarithmic functions, graphing, and sequences and series will be explored.
Thousand Oaks, CAView Tutor
Most of the time my students fall into two groups: those who already know they are or can be good at math and those who don't. Either way, my aim is to build students' confidence in their math ability as well as their belief in the accessibility of different math principles. A lot of times there i...
Beverly Hills, CAView Tutor
...I played four years of basketball at the collegiate level. I have been coaching high school basketball for 12 years and have won two CIF LA City Section Boys Basketball Championships in 2012 and 2015 as well as being awarded coach of the year honors in 2015. I would like the opportunity to exem...
Compton, CAView Tutor
...I earned my provisional teaching certificate from the State of Texas, specializing in Science 7-12. After my time in the classroom, I joined the Hill Country Science Mill, a new science museum outside San Antonio, where I served as the Manager of STEM Education. In this role, I oversaw our instructional team and designed hands-on, engaging K-12 STEM labs and summer camp curriculum.
Los Angeles, CAView Tutor