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If you want someone who can teach your child/student with great real world experience in Math and Physics, then that's me. I've worked at NASA Johnson Space Center training Astronauts in Space Shuttle Systems like Guidance, Propulsion and Flight Controls. I have a Bachelor's in Aerospace Engineeri...

...This experience also included an opportunity to student teach a class and create curriculum for it. I especially enjoy tutoring Geometry and have much experience in doing so! I enjoy tutoring because I live for the moments where students who have struggled with a particular topic, or the subject in general, reach a point where they finally feel like they can achieve success with it.

...In my spare time, I also enjoy running, trivia competitions, and word games. I am currently pursuing a Masters degree in Physics at the University of Washington where I use advanced mathematics on a daily basis. I have taught or tutored every middle school and high school math course up to and including Statistics and AP Calculus.

...My name is Dylan, and I am a recent graduate of Western Washington University with a degree in Mathematics and Physics. I have worked as a Physics Lab Assistant for the last year, teaching various introductory physics labs. My most knowledgeable mathematics fields are Calculus, Pre**calculus**(including Trigonometry, Geometry, and Algebra), Differential Equations, and Linear Algebra.

...Additionally, I am able to help others with programming languages because I tutor through giving tips and hints rather than writing the program for them so they become proficient by learning how to code themselves. I prepped a 10-year old recently in ISEE math. He took the test and, coupled with his above average verbal skills, was able to get on the waiting list at Overlake.

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