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Woodside, CA Precalculus Tutors

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Jose C.
...Throughout middle school and high school I struggled a lot with math. It was until I attended college that I learned better study skills from teachers and tutors, but also got the right help. I enjoy helping everyone with math, and helping them further develop their skills.
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7 Subjects: including precalculus, algebra 1, prealgebra, algebra 2
Jose C.
$26.00/hr
Half Moon Bay, CA
Ling ling K.
I graduated from UCLA with a math degree and Pepperdine with an MBA degree. I have taught business psychology in a European university. I tutor middle school and high school math students.
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11 Subjects: including precalculus, calculus, statistics, geometry
Ling ling K.
$65.00/hr
Cupertino, CA
Lewis H.
...There will be five essays with some words or phrases underlined. You are asked if the underlined portion is correct as written or if one of the three alternatives listed would be better. I help prepare students for all sections of ACT.
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32 Subjects: including precalculus, reading, English, calculus
Lewis H.
$50.00/hr
San Jose, CA
Adam R.
...I teach students physics using algebra 1 & 2, trigonometry, integral and differential calculus. I am very good at creating examples to help students see value in learning to use math. I have been teaching physics at Los Altos High School for over 15 years.
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4 Subjects: including precalculus, physics, algebra 1, algebra 2
Adam R.
$125.00/hr
Los Altos, CA
Lizzie M.
...As a tutor in the campus writing center, one of the most common problems I'm asked to focus on with my students is vocabulary. I see a lot of students who either don't know how to understand, or believe that they have no need to understand everything that they read and it starts to show in their writing. But I've found that it takes more then just flash cards to help students expand.
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17 Subjects: including precalculus, reading, writing, English
Lizzie M.
$40.00/hr
San Jose, CA
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