Tougas Tutoring

Tougas Tutoring

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Offers online services

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I love to do more than tutor. I love to get to know my students and help them in their subjects while also applying their personal experiences.

I love seeing the joy in my students eyes when they understand a subject. That "ah-ha" moment is my favorite thing about teaching.


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1 employee
8 years in business
Serves Corona, CA
Offers online services

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Melody G.

If there’s one word that could described Olivia it would she’s a miracle! She allowed me to overcome my Calc anxiety . I wasn’t able to take the actual class at my high school but she was able to go further than an average tutor and actually teach me material cause she found herself perfectly capable of doing so! And ever since then calc is no longer this burden and with the advice and skills taught by her, I’m ensured for my success at Berkeley next year !
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May 15, 2020

Frequently asked questions

I love to get to know my students first. Then I like to find out their questions. I determine what knowledge they have that will pertain to their questions, and expand upon the knowledge to help them achieve success. 

I have a Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics from Cal Poly Pomona. I have been privately tutoring for six years. For the past year I have been a teacher's assistant in both a high school as well as a university.

I charge $35 dollars per hour for each tutoring session.

I have always loved math. At the beginning of college, I was going to school for nursing. But I had a professor tell me I was in the wrong major and that I was to be a math teacher. I realized he was right, immediately changed my major, and never looked back.

I have tutored high school students as well as all ages of adults in college.

I was a teaching assistant in a high school this past year. The teacher was having a review day for their upcoming test. One student specifically came up to me for help, and I stayed with her almost the entire period until I could see that she understood. On about the fourth time I tried to explain the concept, each with different wording, I saw an immediate look of relief on her face because she finally understood. It was very heartwarming to see that what I had said helped her to understand this concept that had been so hard for her.

Find someone who not only understands what they are talking about, find someone who you are compatible with. Sometimes having a person who is exceptionally smart in their area isn't always the best, especially if they can't explain it in the way that makes sense to you. Find someone who is flexible in their style of teaching. 

They should make sure they understand what it is they are trying to ask. They should make a list of things that they think are relevant and might help them with their problem. 


Services offered

Math