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(17) Private GRE Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Bell Gardens

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Lincoln

Lincoln: Fun Learning = Successful Learning

Learn AND have fun?? Blasphemy, if you ask some people; essential, if you ask me. After a dozen years in the corporate grind, I'm over it. I'm finally pursuing what I love -- writing, languages and teaching. I'm nearing completion of my second book. I also teach Swedish through a local non-profit (was an exchange student many moons ago), an experience that helped me realize how much I love teaching. I'm planning on transitioning to full-time teaching within a year, and have been freelance t... Read more


Dan

8 years experience as a HS Math Teacher / Track Coach

I am a 35 year old male. I have a BS in Electrical Engineering, and a Master's degree in Education. I used to teach high school math from 2008-2016. I've recently started my own real estate business (flipping houses), and decided I'd like to tutor a few hours a week on top of my business. As a high school teacher, I taught everything from Algebra 1 through AP Calculus and AP Statistics. I am willing to tutor any math subject including SAT and ACT Math. Credentials: -Perfect 800 Math SAT s... Read more


Edwin

Expert SAT & ACT Tutor

With more than 10 years experience in the test prep industry as an Instructor, Tutor, Assessment Director, and Operations Manager, I am an experienced SAT & ACT teacher who has raised hundreds of students' scores. Many of my students have gone on to achieve scores in the highest percentiles, gain acceptance to elite colleges, and earn employment as tutors themselves. My work experience, skills, and education verify my job qualifications, which offer a colorful snapshot of an exceptional ins... Read more


John

Terrific Math & Science Tutoring and More!

My greatest strength as a tutor (beyond really knowing the subjects I tutor) is my ability to adapt to and match the way you learn. A close second is my ability to take abstract concepts and make them much more understandable. I don’t do “tricks” since it takes as much effort to memorize tons of tricks as it does to actually learn the stuff (though I do have plenty of ideas on how to do things more easily). What I do do is teach solid theory, techniques, and study skills as simply and directl... Read more


Haik

Patient Math Tutor

I received my bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of California, San Diego and my master’s degree from University of California, Los Angeles. Before attending UCSD, I tutored for advanced math and science in the Los Angeles area for over 10 years. I also worked for two programs in the Los Angeles Unified School District, AVID and Project Grad for about 1.5 years each. Project Grad was another tutoring program for middle school kids focused on math, science, and roboti... Read more


Francesca

Middle and high school science, specializing in biology

After getting my biology degree I found that I wasn't sure what I wanted to do in biology. However, one thing was certain, I liked to explain and teach. I had played volleyball for some time, so I began by coaching volleyball and eventually went back to school for my masters in science education. I've been coaching volleyball for many years, and my most recent adventure was as a classroom teacher at a private school in Las Vegas. The classroom was great, except that I found that I p... Read more


Renny

A career education professional will expand your horizon.

I have dedicated most of my career to education, research, industrial training and academic management. I have been a full college professor for three decades, having served as Dean. But I have also been an international training consultant in the area of wireless cellular communications, having taught well over 1,000 hours of industrial and professional seminars in more than a dozen countries. I believe that, for tutoring to be successful, the tutor must first understand the student's cur... Read more


Mark

Mathematics Teacher - NCLB Highly Qualified

Forty years of teaching Mathematics in High Schools, public and private, foreign and domestic, traditional and alternative, magnet and remedial, have provided me with many experiences to learn three basic principles for teaching and tutoring. The first is that the primary information that a teacher needs to know is what it is that the learner needs to learn. The second is that every lesson must be a success for the student. And the third is that the lesson must start at the level of the stud... Read more


Sharon

Sharon is an experienced teacher in language arts.

Hi, my name is Sharon, and I am an experienced teacher. I have taught elementary, middle, and high school students. My subject strength is the language arts. I am patient and friendly, but I also have high expectations for all my students. I believe that with the right teacher or tutor, any student can learn as long as he/she is motivated. I also have a talent for motivating students who are frustrated and have lost confidence in themselves. With my husband, an educator too, I have created a... Read more


Alan

English Reading, Writing, and Speaking by Columbia U. Grad

Hello Parents and Students! I'm Alan R., a tutor who believes that the growth and happiness of the student is foremost. It is not merely a matter of learning facts and figures, but rather of bringing out the student's true and highest potential through inspiring and enjoyable lessons that cultivate a love of learning and a deeper understanding and appreciation of the wonders of life itself. I'm an Ivy League grad, B.A. in English and M.A. in Communications/Film, both degrees from Columbia U... Read more


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