RosemaryHi, my name is Rosemary. I'm a tutor who has a bachelor's degree in European history from the University of California, Santa Cruz. I'm very passionate about history and chose to become a tutor and teacher to help share this passion with others. As a tutor, I can help you with various history topics in addition to English, writing, social studies, and more. If you're having a tough time with your coursework in one of the topics I specialize in, reach out to me. I'd love to use my experience as an educator and student to help you unlock more of your academic potential. Working with a private tutor is a unique opportunity that may be just what you need to improve.
UCSC - Bachelor in Arts, History
BasselMy name is Bassel, and I have a strong academic background in engineering. I attended Harvard University to earn my bachelor's degree in engineering science, and then I went on to MIT to earn my master's degree in civil engineering. I have experience teaching courses like statistics and modern history, giving me a broad academic range in which I can help students. My specialty is test preparation tutoring, where I can assist students in understanding the content on the exam we're studying for along with time management and other strategies to help students perform at their best.
Harvard University - Bachelor of Science, Engineering Science
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Master of Science, Civil Engineering
AustinI love tutoring both math and science! I hold a bachelor's in Physics from Caltech and a master's in Physics from Cornell University. I discovered my love of teaching at the latter institution, where I worked as a TA for a year in an autotutorial physics class. "Autotutorial" means that the class has no formal lecture, with students instead working with a tutor one-on-one on anything they need to review. My approach consists of breaking down a complicated problem into easier component parts to help identify any "learning gaps" a student may be struggling with. When they're ready, I put the problem together again. I love seeing a student's face when they grasp a previously impossible subject.
California Institute of Technology - Bachelors, Physics
Cornell University - Masters, Physics