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...My degree is in Physics, so I can provide concreteness to many of the seemingly abstract concepts covered in mathematics. My favorite classes to tutor are AP Calculus (AB), Calculus, Pre-Calculus , and Algebra (I or II). I am currently teaching mathematics and astronomy at a private school full time. I have been teaching in the state of Washington for 11 years.

...I have a firm understanding of matrices and vectors. I have tutored in this subject at the Math Learning Center at GRCC. I have subsequently progressed to harder math classes that have incorporated the material learned in Linear Algebra (such as Advanced Multivariable Calculus) and have passed those classes with 3.5 or higher.

...I understand how hard it can be to understand the complicated subjects in math and science, I don't expect my students to understand everything immediately. That's what I am here for! From tutoring students to helping my friends in classes, I know how many different styles of learning there are and I can tailor my tutoring styles to match your needs.

Numerous successes in school and many years of work experiences as a supervisor prepared me to do well as a tutor. At my high school, two out of three years, I ranked in the top three on the national math test. While in college I did extremely well in subjects in which attention to detail was critical.

...I have been privately tutoring ~3-4 hrs/week since August 2014 primarily in college physics (UW intro sequence) and high school math. Conversation is an essential component to learning physics and math. Discussion is more commonly encouraged in non-STEM subjects which gives students formal opportunities to and grow their ideas.

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