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“**Very to the point**”

I went to UC Berkeley for a B.A. in Sociology. I'm currently preparing for a PhD program in Clinical Psychology. I've tutored in various subjects for years, including test-based tutoring (such as the SAT and AP exams) as well as general tutoring - help through the course of a year or semester in Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, etc. I've worked with

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My son felt very comfortable with Daniel. Daniels approach is very to the point. My son was amazed how Daniel explained material and how easy it was for him to understand it. Very recommended.

My daughter was falling behind in AP Statistics and Daniel helped her quickly get back on track. I'll be keeping him with her through the course to help her stay on track.

Daniel has tutored my son with algebra 2 and has been a wonderful help. He knows the material well and can deliver clear instructions helping my son to understand his math assignments. He is on time and we have been very pleased with his help.

He has patience in teaching my son. My son is happy with his teaching. Hope he does well on his SAT coming up.

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Algebra 1 lays the foundation for the majority of math and science classes students will take in high school and college. I help students understand the principles involved and build confidence in their skills an abilities. I observe the students' problem solving process and provide constructive feedback. My goal is to make learning the material easy and enjoyable.

Algebra 2 builds on the foundation of Algebra 1 and covers more complex topics such as trigonometry, advanced function analysis, and provides the foundation for calculus. I help students understand the principles involved and build confidence in their skills an abilities. I observe the students' problem solving process and provide constructive feedback. My goal is to make learning the material easy and enjoyable.

I have extensive experience tutoring the SATs, which is similar to the ASVAB, as well as tutoring a marine specifically in the ASVAB. In teaching the ASVAB, I rely heavily on taking actual practice tests from the numerous study materials available for the test.

I've tutored Calculus and Precalculus for many years to high school and college students. I took three years of Calculus: Calculus AB, BC, and III (Multivariable Calculus). I received all A's and 5's on the AP Exams for both Calculus AB and BC.

I have experience providing college counseling to many middle- and high school students. Having gone through the process of applying to many private and UC schools--and being accepted to UC Berkeley--I have a lot of knowledge of the insides and outs of getting into the best college.

I took AP Calculus AB and BC at Westview high with all A's and 5's on the AP exam, as well as third semester calculus (Multivariable Calculus) at UC Berkeley. I have extensive experience tutoring high school and college students, and I tutored Calculus at the PLACE in Miramar college.

I had to learn English myself when I moved to the US over ten years ago. I learned English in one year and was accepted to UC Berkeley two years later. I have experience teaching English/ESL to elementary and middle school children for over a year.

I have experience teaching geometry concepts to many children and older students. I present the material in an easy-to-understand fashion, and make sure to make the process enjoyable. I make sure that students understand how to translate word problems into equations, definitions of geometric terms, proofs, and theorems.

I have taken the GRE and scored in the top 10 percent of all test takers.

I took regular and Advanced Placement Physics in high school with all A's. I also took the SAT II Physics Subject Test.

I've tutored Calculus and Precalculus for years to high school and college students. I took three years of Calculus: Calculus AB, BC, and III (Multivariable Calculus). I received all A's and 5's on the AP Exams for both Calculus AB and BC. I have also helped a student pass the diagnostic test to get into Precalculus.

I am a native Russian speaker who came to the United States over ten years ago. I learned English in one year and was accepted to UC Berkeley two years later. I have six months experience translating between Russian and English in the business sector, as well as over a year of experience tutoring Russian to K-12 and college students.

I received 800 on both the SAT I Math and SAT II Math sections, and I tutored a high school junior student in SAT Math for half a year.

My score was in the 93rd percentile for SAT I Writing.

I received a B.A. in Sociology from UC Berkeley.

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