ConnorI recently earned my bachelor's degree in management science from the University of California San Diego. I am available to help students who are struggling in mathematics topics. I strive to make learning fun, but also to challenge my students to do their best. I know that a lot of students do not find math to be fun, but I am confident that I can help them become more comfortable and familiar with the complex concepts and possibly even find an interest in the subject that wasn't there before. In my spare time, I enjoy playing the guitar, dancing, and singing. I am looking forward to helping my future students reach their math goals.
University of California-San Diego - Bachelors, Management Science
Middle School Science
ClarissaI have a bachelor's degree in romance languages from Johns Hopkins University. The subjects I tutor are writing, test prep, Spanish, ESL, English, and more. I am looking forward to helping my students gain academic success. I enjoy working with others and helping them reach their academic goals.
Johns Hopkins University - Bachelor in Arts, Romance Languages
High School Writing
Elementary School Reading
High School Geography
High School English
CamilleI have a bachelor's degree in biochemistry from Barnard College and a Doctorate of philosophy in biomedical sciences from the University of California-San Francisco. I have worked for two years in a Harvard research laboratory. Teaching has always been a passion of mine because I enjoy finding new ways to explain complex concepts. I also like to see students finally grasp the information. I can help students in many subjects from math, physics, science, medicine, test prep, chemistry, and more. The key to being a great tutor is to listen to your students carefully and figure out where their confusion comes from. I enjoy exploring new restaurants, reading, hiking, and biking in my free time.
Barnard College - Bachelor in Arts, Biochemistry
University of California-San Francisco - Doctor of Philosophy, Biomedical Sciences
High School Physics