These private tutors
in Seattle are brought to you by WyzAnt.com, the best place to find local tutors on the web.
When you use WyzAnt, you can search for Seattle tutors, review profiles and qualifications, run background checks, and arrange for home lessons.
Click on any of the results below to see the tutor's full profile. Your first hour with any tutor is protected by our Good Fit Guarantee: You don't pay for tutoring unless you find a good fit.

...From January - June 2015 I volunteered in an Algebra 2 classroom assisting students with understanding the material. In addition, I have been tutoring Algebra II students throughout my 5 years of tutoring. There is a saying in math, which goes, "the hardest part about Calculus is Algebra." When...

...These include, but are not limited to: addition rules, multiplication rules, independence, tree diagrams, disjoint events (mutually exclusive), conditional probability, and the application of Bayes rule. Two of my specialties at the college where I tutor are probability and statistics. Many students of nursing and behaviorial science come to the tutoring center for help with these subjects.

...I also taught math one on one for most of the past year when I lived in Chicago. I took both AP Physics B (algebra-based Physics) and AP Physics C: Mechanics (**calculus**-based Physics) in high school and scored 5 and 4, respectively. I majored in Physics in college and served as a teaching assistant for 100 level Physics classes, which are generally equivalent to AP Physics.

I completed Discrete Math as an undergraduate at Southwestern University (with an A). As a Southwestern math tutor, Discrete Math was one of the subjects that I tutored. Much of the content from Discrete Math was reinforced as I progressed through my math degree (particularly combinatorics, algorit...

© Copyright 2001-2016 info @ algebrahelp.com