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Stu K.
...Also, I have tutored physics, mathematics, chemistry, and English to three students who later graduated as high school valedictorians. I am highly qualified to tutor writing. I have been writing business documents and technical documents on science and engineering topics for over 40 years.
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17 Subjects: including chemistry, physics, calculus, writing
Stu K.
$40.00/hr
Kent, WA
Darrick K.
...You will not be disappointed.I am a professional graphic designer and video editor. I am on a computer anywhere from 6-12 hours per day. I am proficient in software such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, OneNote, Excel and also very Internet savvy.
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3 Subjects: including Adobe Photoshop, general computer, video production
Darrick K.
$50.00/hr
Kent, WA
Miriam K.
...I have lived in Germany until November 2006. If you are worried about my English proficiency, don't be. I started taking English in 5th grade and speak it fluently.
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3 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, German, Czech
Miriam K.
$80.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Christopher B.
...I use PowerPoint slides (.ppt files) with photographs to teach pronunciation, vocabulary and how to put the words together. I teach English to support workplace, life skills or academic needs, depending on the learner's goals. Minimum 1.5 hours each session.I studied Chinese for 3 years while teaching English in China.
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20 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, accounting
Christopher B.
$55.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Thomas W.
...I took both Organic Chemistry I and II while an undergraduate. I also did research as a computational protein chemist during my graduate studies. I know the difference between a ketone and an aldehyde and can help students get used to imagining little tetrahedrons floating around covalently bonded to one another using both their imaginations as well as a computer.
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14 Subjects: including physics, calculus, geometry, organic chemistry
Thomas W.
$40.00/hr
Seattle, WA
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