Hi, my name is Jae and I am an experienced tutor with numerous teaching and tutoring experience. I received my B.S. in mathematics and a M.Ed both from UCLA (Go Bruins!) and a California Secondary teaching credential. I've taught algebra 1 and geometry in two different high schools before and have taught all sorts of students so I believe I can help you!
I've also been a private math tutor for four years and taught all ... See more
I have my dual degree in Physics and Economics from Wake Forest University. I received a full scholarship largely due to my ability to excel at standardized tests like the SAT and AP exams. I have also excelled at the LSAT, GRE, and SAT subject tests and am excited to pass on that knowledge and expertise. Outside of standardized tests, I enjoy tutoring English, Math, and Science. Also a big lover of animals.
Working with students and helping them gain understanding of difficult concepts is very fulfilling to me and provides me with inspiration within my own life to reach for and obtain my goals. I have 6+ years of experience tutoring mostly high school age students in multiple subjects but focusing in on math and science concepts. Through my experiences I have developed educational philosophies including putting an emphasis on study skills and positive college readiness habits, creating a supportive environment where ... See more
Currently enrolled in Fullerton college as a child development major. My favorite subject is math but I’m still able to tutor in other subjects a student needs help with. I am very approachable and can make learning a fun experience.
I am an individual who is highly motivated by outcomes and knowledge gain through the task at hand or through experiences. I devote myself to job assignments, class, or project while gaining valuable experience that can be translated to future endeavors. Therefore I will ensure the growth and foundation for my students in each session.
Hello! I am Ben Chau. I am a graduate from UCI with a degree in mechanical engineering but I decided to teach because I am very passionate about learning and would like to help others learn as well. I have a lot of experience in test preparation on a variety of different subjects. When I was in high school, I took 11 AP classes, so I am very knowledgeable about the AP system and testing as well.
My name is Shayan and I'm a recent graduate in Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology from
Cal Poly Pomona. I was awarded with four scholarships, other than the two STEM related scholarships during my undergrad degree. I previously taught at an after school program called Think Together for 3 years. It was one of the best time that I spent teaching and sharing my knowledge.
The subject that I like to teach the most is Math and I think ... See more
Mathematics is my favorite subject to tutor! I have four years of extensive experience in tutoring mathematics.
To be sufficient in a subject is to be able to perform the problems assigned to you. To be proficient in a subject is to be able to perform any problem that could be assigned to you, or at least tackle them adequately. In our fast-paced society, more times than not, students are educated just to be sufficient in a subject. My intent as a tutor is to educate a student to master that subject -- to be proficient in ... See more
My first experience tutoring came while attending the University of Southern California in 2005. There, I assisted fellow classmates in preparing for upcoming exams and found great reward in helping others gain confidence in their academics abilities. After graduation, I was presented with the opportunity to join a network of USC alumni providing tutoring services to the surrounding community. Through this network, I began tutoring elementary and middle school students in their homes, gaining more subject experience and acquiring a ... See more
When I first learned about the Periodic Table of Elements, I was drawn to the idea that the person who discovers the element gets to name it. I am sure that there was no John Carbon who discovered that, but you can guess which guy named Albert found Einsteinium. That was actually a trick. Einsteinium was discovered by Albert Ghiorso. When looking at berry names, you might think that they are arbitrary names, but one such berry was named after its inventor. The Boysenberry, which is a cross-breed of raspberries, blackberries, loganberries, and dewberries, was named after its father, Rudolph Boysen.
The ingenuity to combine different things together to form something completely new is incredible. With Calculus tutoring in Anaheim, we hope to help you find new ways to combine concepts. Our math tutors will help you put everything together. For example, you are going to start really leaning on your graphing calculator in Calculus. You probably learned the basic concepts in Algebra 1, as you learn to write functions and chart them off graphs. You probably also learned area in class, which is the volume of a two-dimensional shape.
Now that you are at the next level, you will start learning things like integrals, which combine area with complex functions. The goal of integrals is to find the area underneath the curve of the graph of a function, like the Boysenberry of your math skills. This may seem too complicated, but a Calculus tutor can help you through it.
Our Anaheim Calculus tutoring lets you build and build on what you have learned before, preparing you for all of the complicated math that will come next.
I have a MSc in Physics, my research experience is in astrophysics, specifically analyzing stellar atmospheres, stellar evolution and sources of gravitational waves like black holes and neutron stars. I'm from El Salvador, so my native language it's Spanish. I started tutoring when I was on my third year of college back in El Salvador. My dad (who's also a physicist) worked as a teacher for 40 years, I dare to say I inherited my passion for ... See more
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I’d love to mentor you or your child! With over 6 years experience tutoring math and science subjects for all grade levels, I am one of the highest rated STEM tutors in this region. I am currently taking a gap year before enrolling at Columbia University in the City of New York for my undergraduate studies in engineering and finance. I graduated high school at the top of my class with the toughest course load ... See more
Hi, I'm Shannon! I am currently pursuing a chemistry major at the University of Nevada, Reno. I've enjoyed math and chemistry ever since high school and still do. So far, I have taken general chemistry, organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, and a couple of other upper-level chem courses, and received A's. I have also enjoyed and excelled in math for most of my life. Specifically, I passed Calculus 1, 2, and 3 in college each ... See more
Hi. My name is Farhan. I am currently an undergraduate student at the University of British Columbia in Canada pursuing a Bachelor of Science. I happen to be very fluent in speaking English and Gujarati and partially fluent in Swahili, Urdu and Hindi.
I taught GED Math and Science at a local community centre as a volunteer for four months and decided to join this network of tutors so that I can reach a larger audience to share with potential ... See more
I'm a junior and currently pursing a degree in engineering with dual minors in computer science and mathematics. I am passionate about math and like to attend math conferences as well as participate in my schools math club. I enjoy teaching and explaining things to others.
I have always enjoyed helping people learn and reach their goals. I have over 5 years of tutoring experience and additional experience teaching, coaching, and mentoring. Subject areas include: elementary through high school math and English, high school and college physics, computer skills, and GED test preparation. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in physics. Looking forward to working together!
For 30+ years (3000+ in person contact hours), I have tutored grades 6-12, college, and adult students in Physics & Math (Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus.).
He has BS/MS degrees in physics from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and used math as a teacher for 6 years and STEM industry for 15 years. He models how to communicate attention to math details which empowers students to express their thoughts with more clearly too.
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I have taught classes in pre-algebra, algebra, pre-calculus, calculus, and statistics at local colleges and universities. I have tutored students from a range of ages in a variety of courses. I have tutored high school students in AP Calculus and AP Statistics as well as assisting with ACT and SAT prep. I have tutored college students in calculus and statistics in addition to GRE prep.
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A scientist with over 10 years of laboratory experience, working in environmental industrial medical and research laboratory settings. Tutoring experience at SUNY Potsdam, SUNY Oswego, and Skidmore College. Library setting is preferred. Subjects General Chemistry, Pre-Calculus, and Environmental Science.
People think that everyone in Hollywood is an overnight success. Most of the time, it is just a story. When Ben Affleck and Matt Damon broke out of nowhere to write and star in Good Will Hunting, it worked to their benefit to make people think that it happened out of nowhere, as it made for an attractive narrative to Oscar voters. The idea that they could be the next big thing made everyone in Hollywood buzz. That said, most stories start from humble beginnings. At Disney World, there are plenty of wannabe actors dressing up as characters for a living who wish they could get plucked out of obscurity. They put in the work day after day, never falling out of character with the kids. It proved good practice for Michelle Pfeiffer, who went from Alice (of Wonderland fame) to becoming a household name.
You might think that math skills are reserved for those with genetic gifts, but that is not true. Getting better at math requires putting in the work. With Calculus tutoring in Anaheim, you can put in the work required to make it one day. You will probably get discounted as an overnight success too, but you will see just how hard it is to be great and learn an appreciation for what you have.
Humility is hard to come by, but it is something instilled in you when you have to work for what you get. With your tutor in Anaheim, you will earn everything that comes to you, but you do not have to do it alone. Anaheim Calculus tutoring will not happen overnight, but the consistent effort will yield results.