VictoriaI earned a bachelor's degree in religious studies from California State University Northridge. I can tutor in many subjects such as ESL, English, social studies, writing, and more. I also have a lot of experience teaching musical instruments such as the guitar to relatives. I have played the guitar for more than twenty years, and I am knowledgeable about music theory as well. I can only meet with students online right now. I am looking forward to tutoring new students and helping them reach their goals. In my spare time, I enjoy writing, building pedalboards, listening to music, and bodybuilding. Together we can eliminate the obstacles that are in your way.
California State University-Northridge - Bachelor in Arts, Religious Studies
LondenI am currently studying for my bachelor's degree in political science and government from Loyola Marymount University, and after I complete my studies, I plan on enrolling in law school in the fall of 2019. I have a large amount of experience preparing for and taking a variety of standardized tests including the SAT, ACT, and a number of AP exams. I have been tutoring since high school, and I also have experience as a teacher's aide at the second grade level. Additionally, I taught English to students while studying abroad in Italy. In my spare time, I enjoy reading, painting, drawing, gardening, running, knitting, and keeping up with politics.
Loyola Marymount University - Bachelor in Arts, Political Science and Government
Middle School Writing
DavidI'm David, and I attended California State University - Northridge to earn my bachelor's degree in Japanese studies. I also earned a chemistry minor, and I graduated magna cum laude. As a tutor, I've had the opportunity to assist students in chemistry and in Japanese. I've enjoyed my tutoring experiences because it's stimulating to find new ways to explain the concepts of chemistry to a student and to have them embrace the subject.
California State University-Northridge - Bachelor in Arts, Japanese Studies
High School Chemistry