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...I have also worked with students in Algebra-level classes during my time at Mathnasium, so I am also familiar with direct teaching of Algebra concepts.. I have used **calculus** extensively in my studies. I took AP Calculus BC my senior year of high school and scored a 5, so I'm very familiar with i...

...This experience also included an opportunity to student teach a class and create curriculum for it. I especially enjoy tutoring Geometry and have much experience in doing so! I enjoy tutoring because I live for the moments where students who have struggled with a particular topic, or the subject in general, reach a point where they finally feel like they can achieve success with it.

...My knowledge includes, but is not limited to: sampling methods, types of distributions, hypothesis testing, confidence intervals, comparing two means, proportions, z and t statistics, linear regression, multiple regression, ANOVA, and nonparametric tests. I have probably spent more time as a pri...

...Although the market is much smaller, I do still work occasionally with students in academic philosophy, and I am always eager to work with students studying logic. I have been a part-time private tutor for about 20 years. In addition to my freelance work, I have helped students at University Tutoring Service and Central Test Prep in Seattle and at Boston Global Education in Westborough, MA.

...I have been tutoring in the Seattle area since 2008. In addition, I coach for SAT and ACT Math, including SAT Math II. Though results are not guaranteed, I have helped students improve their grades from D's and F's to A's and B's.

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