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...If you or someone you know needs help, let me know!Algebra 1 topics include: solving and graphing linear equations, basic operations with algebraic expressions, polynomials, exponents, and applications of all of the above. Algebra 2 covers all the material from Algebra 1 but more in depth, along...

...I understand the subject from your instructor's point of view--which are the critical concepts, what will be on the test. I also understand the student's point of view--you are not connecting with the teacher, their explanations don't seem clear, you are surprised by what shows up on the exam. Let's bridge the gap!

I graduated from college a few months ago. I used to be a French tutor helping students with homework, essays and different assignments. What made me successful in that tutoring job was the fact that I could always related from my experience in French speaking countries to give great examples and tips to help my students.

...I have have a strong background in Math and an experience tutoring for several years. When I tutor I make sure you understand the question being asked so that by answering one question you would learn a whole lot of other things. I understand the power of tutoring since tutoring is what made me a better student today and I am always glad to help others.

...I have two children enrolled in a NE Seattle public school so I am very aware of the curriculum and expectations of a current student. I love math and have a vast mathematics background. I have taken math through differential equations and still do math problems for fun.

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