I studied at USC and am finishing up my degree at SDSU and I have been tutoring since junior year in high school. Every since I was little, I have loved subjects like Math, Physics and Statistics so I decided to filter my passion into helping and tutoring others. I am sociable and easy to get along with, which makes tutoring sessions that much easier. Receiving a 32 on my ACT helps me excel as well at exam prep, showing ... See more
I have a BS in Biochemistry & Cell Biology and a MS in Quantitative Biology from UCSD. My knowledge expertise is in chemistry (especially organic chemistry) and the physical biology of a cell, including quantitative aspects like biochemistry, biophysics, and bioengineering. In tutoring, I've been developing and teaching individual-specific curricula, lessons, and practice problems for my students for the past 4 years, particularly in high school- and college-level chemistry and biology. I have also prepared lessons and problems ... See more
I graduated from UCLA as a biochemistry major in June 2018. I have tutored students in all ages for more than 5 years. I am currently tutoring in all levels of math, going from grade math to college calculus and all the main sciences, biology (AP bio), chemistry (high school and college level), and physics (high school and college level). Korean is my native language and I love to tutor all age groups. I will create a curriculum that is ... See more
I am 29 years young, live in Oceanside CA, from Santa Cruz CA. I studied Physics at University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC), graduated with Honors with a Bachelors of Science in Physics with a minor in Mathematics. I am currently a Graduate Student pursuing a Master's of Science in Physics at San Diego State University (SDSU), about half-way through my program. I am also currently employed at SDSU as a Graduate T.A., having taught five courses ... See more
Bill worked in the aerospace defense industry for nine years, doing stress and vibration analysis of flight-weight hardware. After business school, he worked in the IT industry: Product marketing at Anixter, Sales Engineering at MCI, Engineering Design as Telecommunications Practice Lead at OWP/P, and Data Center Strategic Planning at UBS AG.
Bill's primary business is teaching project management to adults to help in their career advancement.
Bill tutored math on the side in undergraduate school at Stanford, ... See more
My name is Cody Thayer. I recently graduated from UCSD with a B.S. in Neuroscience. I began tutoring my friends who were struggling in their math and science courses all the way back in high school. Whether it was helping a family friend or a neighbor who had posted on Nextdoor, tutoring was always something I found time for while pursuing my own academic endeavors. I love tutoring for two reasons:
1). Helping others understand ideas they once found ... See more
Hi everyone! Ever since college, I have always relished and appreciated the opportunity to help in the education of others. In my career as a physician, I enjoyed teaching my patients about their conditions and treatments. I believe two of my strengths are my high level of patience and good listening skills.
Different individuals learn in different ways, and I have used that conventional wisdom to structure my tutoring sessions, tailoring to a person's specific needs. Each lesson will ... See more
I received my B.S. in Environmental Science from UCLA in 2016. Teaching has always been a passion of mine; so much so that I almost committed to UCLA's Masters of Education program and took several qualifying credentialing exams. During college, I regularly tutored 5+ students at a time. Subjects ranged from AP Calculus to AP Physics and Biology. My favorite aspect of tutoring is helping students reach the "ah-ha" moment. I pride myself on helping students think ... See more
I obtained my bachelors in mechanical engineering, as well as double minored in mathematics and computer science at San Diego State University. I am currently working towards my Masters degree in mechanical engineering at UCSD. My main areas of expertise are in mathematics (for all ages and grade levels), hard sciences (i.e. physics and chemistry), and computer programming (main language experience is with java, python, C/C++, and matlab). I have been tutoring students for over a year. My ... See more
The university listed is not the one I actually attended, since heytutor only allows american universities to be listed I found it suitable to just choose caltech (or simply just fun).
I went to school in Denmark at the SDE (SydDansk Erhvervsskole) in Odense (Used to named Odense Technical College), and graduated with an extended 4 year degree majoring in Electronics Engineering with an emphasis on computers and measuring instruments.
Following is my tutoring experience:
English Arts tutoring of 3rd ... See more
San Diego is home to a fairly large Naval Station which means that there are several individuals who have minds that are ripe with scientific ideas. If you are in the military or one day hope to join as an engineer then you are absolutely going to need to have an understanding of physics. This subject is involved with every single branch of the military and truthfully in all different aspects of life.
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With a love of teaching in a way to engage my students, I had at taught graduate level psychopharmacology courses at Teachers College, Columbia University before moving to California.
With a background in biological sciences, can confidently help you learn 'hard science' concepts from middle-school through undergraduate level courses. If paper writing challenges you, my guidance may help you hone your craft into well cited materials worthy of peer-reviewed publication.
My job is not to give ... See more
I have a bachelor's degree in engineering from Lehigh University and have been tutoring various levels of mathematics since High School. I believe that a good understanding, especially of the fundamentals, opens up multiple paths when solving a problem. When instructing students I try to pay close attention to their true understanding of the material and provide tips and tricks I myself have used to tackle different problems.
I am a master teacher with expertise in teaching Math and Science. I love seeing students persevere through challenge to make new learning stick. I enjoy connecting with students and their families to personalize the tutoring experience and connect concepts to student's lives. While my expertise is in Math and Science teaching I can also provide detailed edits for writing including college admissions essays or term papers.
I am a recent graduate in 2017 and is in school to further my education. I am constantly learning and I like to expand my knowledge beyond my area of studies. I graduated from Phoenix College with Honors in Chemistry/Math. I then transferred to study at Arizona State University to major in Biochemistry. After one year of online courses, while working full-time, I decided to move to Utah where I started school at the University of Utah; majoring ... See more
I worked for a afterschool program for 5 years. I believe in providing tutoring sessions in which I can incorporate concepts in a fun and concise manner. I have a great understanding of almost any subject and will help you with learning and understanding what it is your doing. My mission is to help you succeed in your respective endeavors, whether it is by helping you with homework or preparing for your next big test! I am always trying to ... See more
I am a Double Bruin, having both a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy and Master's in Architecture from UCLA. So basically a deep thinker with a creative imagination. With over 2 years of experience tutoring both high school and college level students, I can help with a variety of subjects and incorporate all of my knowledge and skills from being a long-time student into whatever subjects or areas that you need!
experienced tutor located in San Diego, CA. currently obtaining my master's remotely with the goal of becoming a college professor. I design personalized lesson plans and teach new strategies for studying and test prep that work specifically for you :)
Hi, I am a Mechanical Engineering Student currently at a junior level with a with a 4.0 GPA. I have completed: Math: Trigonometry, PreCalculus, Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations Physics: Mechanics, Electromagnetism, Waves and Optics Chemistry: General Chemistry I, General Chemistry II
I have a BSc in Applied Physics and am working on my MSc in Physics. I can also tutor in mathematics and coding in Python, Matlab, and Fortran.
Physics teachers are always in high demand. It is quite difficult to be able to understand this subject matter in a way that is conducive to teaching it. There are several individuals out there who claim to have an understanding of physics but the moment you ask them to explain something they talk in a circle. Conveying this information in a clear and concise manner is truly an art that has to be practiced.
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