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 believe that all students can improve their math skills under the right conditions and for many learners this means working in a 1:1 setting. It takes a lot of wisdom to know when you need support and to ask for it! I welcome the opportunity to provide that support.
I'm a former engineer turned educator with over 10 years of classroom teaching experience, over three years of private tutoring experience, and over five years of SAT prep ... 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
San Diego is among the largest and most influential cities in the world and is a leading innovation hub for fields like computer science and biotechnology. The demand for professionals in these industries is growing exponentially, and because San Diego is on the cutting edge in these areas, those professionals have very fulfilling and lucrative careers. Whether you’re a student or professional looking to eventually start a career in these or similar fields, math will likely be a huge part of your education.
With the way mathematics is taught in most schools in the United States, most students go straight from a subject like algebra 2 into trigonometry. These courses are drastically different ways of looking at mathematics which is confusing for many students as they typically understand one or the other naturally, but rarely both. If you find that trigonometry comes naturally and you are in need of help in more algebra-focused areas, we recommend one of our great San Diego-based algebra tutors.
San Diego is a very large and densely populated area, which provides many benefits to residents, however this unfortunately means that teachers can’t always give every student the individual attention and help that they need. Because trigonometry is such a tangential subject from other math courses, students often don’t realize how important of a building block it is for future courses. Our trigonometry tutors in San Diego are here to help with any problems you may have. We have tutors in myriad other subjects as well, and if you’re struggling with aspects of trigonometry in other courses, we recommend a tutor more tailored to that specific course as they will not only be able to help you with trigonometry but also how to apply it to the specific course. If you find that you’re having difficulty in any area of math, it is important to recognize that quickly and get help as soon as possible in order to succeed, and our math tutors are here to assist.
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 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
Hello, my name is Sarah and I have 6 years of experience working with children and teens ages 5-17. I have experience tutoring basic math and science courses as well as AP psychology, chemistry, biology, and human anatomy. I have professionally worked as a tutor for the AVID program in San Diego and use the same style to help students stay organized and better prepare for college.
Hi my name is Dylan and I just finished my first year of law school here in San Diego. I have a passion for science and math, but am more than happy to help you in other subjects, and especially offer any advice to those future lawyers out there!
I have a Bachelors in Sociology, and I have a great experience with writing. I can help with essay organization, subject analyzation, and cohesion of sentence structures to provide smooth word flow. I also have strong math tutoring capabilities in pre-algebra, algebra, and, geometry/trigonometry as prior to majoring in Sociology, I majored in Electrical Engineering.
Hello! I have been tutoring students in various learning environments for over 10 years. I specialize in high school and college level math and science but have taught other subjects as well. My main goal is to not only teach students the subject matter but help them learn how to become better students so they can work independently in the future. I believe everyone can be good at math and science if they have the right teacher!
I started tutoring in Switzerland 2 years ago. My student was a 38 year old chef. Then I because an actual teacher (fifth grade) In Zambia.
I earned my Bachelor of Science in General Biology from the University of California, San Diego, and I extended my knowledge and experience at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies where I learned about genomics using Arabidopsis thaliana as a model organism to further understand plants at the level of DNA. I also continue to appreciate mathematics because of its complexity and imagination that can encompass other disciplines. I have helped students in return particularly with mathematical reasoning and my ... See more
One of the most helpless feelings in the world is getting to the end of a semester and feeling unprepared for the final exam, which is why it’s important to get help early and often if you find that there’s a problem. Our San Diego trigonometry tutors are only the most experienced and exemplary professionals, and we require five years of tutoring experience and that hold at least a bachelor’s degree. You can be confident that the tutor you will be matched with will be a person specifically tailored to your needs, and if you are looking for a tutor with specific personality traits, teaching styles or level of experience we are more than happy to accommodate that.
These types of student-tutor relationships can take time to foster, which is why we offer 10, 20 and 30-hour plans with our tutors which ensures that you get the most out of your San Diego trigonometry tutoring sessions.
We find that many inquiries we receive about trigonometry tutoring in San Diego come from students who are preparing to take the ACT. While our trigonometry tutors can certainly be of assistance in these cases, you may find it more beneficial to work directly with one of our ACT math tutors, as they can teach you the specifics of the types of questions that will be asked on the exam.