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Richard H.
Professional tutor focusing on Math/Statistics, Chemistry, Physics and Computers. Personally scored 800 on both SAT Math & SAT Math II & 787 in Chemistry prior to attending CalTech. Have extensive IT industry experience and have been actively tutoring for 2 years.
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44 Subjects: including physics, chemistry, calculus, statistics
Richard H.
$65.00/hr
Bothell, WA
Carol J.
Hi everyone. My name is Carol, and I graduated from the University of Washington in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering. I am currently a medical student at the University of Washington School of Medicine.
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9 Subjects: including physics, chemistry, biology, algebra 1
Carol J.
$50.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Victoria K.
I have been tutoring for Mathnasium, but recently decided to quit in order to give myself more opportunities and personal freedom. From my time there, I have learned that utilizing a combination of teaching methods and tools to cater to the learning style of each student is the best way to maximize...
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18 Subjects: including physics, writing, precalculus, trigonometry
Victoria K.
$35.00/hr
Everett, WA
Steve V.
...I hold a B.S. in Electronics Management and an Ed.D in Leadership and Management. My focus is on helping students in Management or Organizational Leadership (OL) classes. I have taught business management and project management classes at the post-secondary level for over 10 years.
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20 Subjects: including physics, calculus, statistics, geometry
Steve V.
$45.00/hr
Everett, WA
Andrew C.
...We do experiments and look for patterns. (This is the inductive part of science.) Once we find a pattern, we explore it a bit, seeing if it always works. Can we find any exceptions to our pattern? If we can't find any exceptions, then we have pretty good evidence that it is "true," but this isn't proof.
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6 Subjects: including physics, chemistry, calculus, geometry
Andrew C.
$50.00/hr
Bothell, WA
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