University of California, Irvine (ICS)
I've been working as a private tutor for over three years now and in that time, I've found it to be the most rewarding job I've ever had. Watching students learn and truly understand a concept makes everything worth it. I graduated from the University of California, Irvine with a degree in Information and Computer Science, and I'm pursuing a higher degree in either Physics or Math (still haven't decided). As a result, tutoring work fits into my lifestyle and my schedule incredibly.
I am definitely most qualified to teach math subjects (through calculus/differential equations), but I can also tutor high-school and introductory calculus based college Physics and Chemistry courses. Also, any sort of standardized testing is something we can definitely work together on!
Though my schedule is fairly flexible, I have a 36-hour cancellation policy; if we can reschedule, I'm often open to it and won't charge for the missed session unless I had to turn down another client for the same time, which doesn't happen too often.
I will meet you in your home, at your school, your local Starbucks, etc.
I look forward to working with you and ensuring your academic success! I've been working as a private tutor for over three years now and in that time, I've found it to be the most rewarding job I've ever had. Watching students learn and truly understand a concept makes everything worth it. I graduated from the University of California, Irvine with a degree in Information and Computer Science, and I'm pursuing a
If you want to meet more than a half an hour drive from me, I may require at least a two hour session.
Alexander helped break some concepts I was having difficulty with in an easy to understand format, particularly, difficulties with syntax and utilizing correct method calls.
Alexander is an excellent tutor who knows how to teach extremely well and a much better teacher than many of my professors! He knows calculus very well and knows how to teach it! I highly recommend him to anyone who needs a great tutor!
Alex has been tudoring my son in Physics since the beginning of the Fall semester and my son received an A! My son has enjoyed his tudoring sessions also. Without Alex is would have been a very trying semester. Alex is continuing this semester and I am sure we will have great results. Thank you Alex.
My freshman daughter met with Alexander in preparation for her Algebra 2 final and came away feeling like she had a much better grasp of the concepts. She said "he didn't just explain how to do it but also why so now I really get it." We will definitely be booking more time with Alexander in the future.
He definitely knows what he's doing! I was finally able to grasp the more difficult concepts of Calculus and feel more confident in answering problems.
My son said his two hour session was more productive and helpful than the entire first semester of his class. Alex did a great job breaking down concepts and working through examples.
Great Job Alexander! Thanks for all the help with Chris. I will let you know if he passes his final.
Alexander is professional yet enjoyable. He is very quick to answer any questions that may arise and usually has many great tips and tricks that make his fee very worth the cost. 10/10.
Alex drove all the way out from Lake Forest to tutor me in Calculus. He was very patient and very knowledgeable on all the topics that I was having trouble with it. With his help I was able to overcome some hurdles that I couldn't get over before and give me confidence in Calculus that I never had before.
Alex just started for us. My kids both REALLY enjoyed their sessions and both said they learned a lot in only 1 hour. Thanks Alex!!
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I have a degree in Information and Computer Science from UCI, and took a full year of C++, including data structures.
I took Calculus I and II through Cal State Fullerton during my senior year in High School and received an A in both courses. About six years later, I took Calculus III and Linear Differential Equations at Irvine Valley College and received an A in both courses. I'm currently working through Stewart's Calculus at my own pace in an attempt to truly internalize the material.
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