Private In-Home Tutoring in San Diego, CA
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Ari is currently pursuing a bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering Systems. On top of being an esteemed San Diego private tutor, Ari goes above and beyond to help students of all ages to boost their math and science grades. One thing he loves most about tutoring is helping students achieve that “ah-ha!” moment, when suddenly the material makes sense.
Hallie is almost finished earning her degree in Bio-Engineering. She has over 6 years of consistent tutoring experience. We were lucky to find a San Diego private tutor like her! In addition to test prep, she is also an expert in tutoring calculus, physics, chemistry, biology, and English, all at the AP level! She is very passionate about helping her students achieve their ultimate goals in life.
Christina is a math major in college but scored very high on all of her AP exams throughout high school. This San Diego private tutor is sparking bright futures with her passion for working with kids. One of her favorite work experiences was as a camp counselor affiliated with Barrow Neurological Institute. She is not just an English wiz, she can also explain advanced writing techniques in ways that are easy to comprehend.
Private San Diego In-Home Tutors Located Across the City & County
Current San Diego In-Home Private Tutors Located Across:
- Encinitas & Escondido, CA
- Carlsbad & Oceanside, CA
- Del Mar, CA
- La Jolla, CA
- Poway, CA
- San Marcos, CA
- Mission Hills & Mission Valley
- San Diego, CA
- and more…
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Using our effective strategy sessions with a Student-Tutor Academic Advisor we figure out your starting point, goals, a develop a plan of attack with one of our San Diego in-home private tutors assuring scholarship success!
Wait! What if my child is in 12th grade and has a 2.6 GPA. Is all lost?
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