University of California, Irvine
University of Redlands (EdD)
My name is Oanh B. I had 7 years of tutoring with elementary, middle, high school; and college students. I graduated with BS degree in Biology from University of California, Irvine in 2006. Then, I got accepted to University of Pittsburgh, Pa, School of Dental Medicine. However, after two and a half years of study, I learned that this is not the field that I want to spend the rest of my life, so I decided to withdraw. About my expertise subject, I can tutor Math from PreAlgebra to Pre Calculus, SAT Math, Biology and Chemistry. I passed CSET Math subtest 1, 2 and 3 which qualifies me to teach all Math subjects, passed the CBEST; passed the Irvine Unified School District proficiency test for instructional assistant. I recently finished the program of single subject credential to become a Math teacher from University of Redlands in which I obtained Single Subject Teaching Credential in Mathematic in June, 2011. I also get certified to teach Biological Science and General Science. I am fluent in Vietnamese since I was born and raised in Vietnam. I really believe I will be a great addition to your company. Although I did not take any SAT since I came to United States at age 18, however I taught SAT math for few students and they really enjoyed a lot from my teaching. I am really looking forward to be of your service.
Oanh Hi there,
My name is Oanh B. I had 7 years of tutoring with elementary, middle, high school; and college students. I graduated with BS degree in Biology from University of California, Irvine in 2006. Then, I got accepted to University of Pittsburgh, Pa, School of Dental Medicine.
Oanh taught me how to find domain, range, find inverse functions, and a few other things in just two hours. I really like how she explained a problem and then let me do a problem similar by myself, helped me actually fully understand.
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