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I love mathematics and showing how useful and beautiful it can be. I have tutored for over 10 years and have taught both high school and college mathematics during the past 5 years. For classes, I would be happy to help you get caught up on any material missed or not fully understood, or even help you get ahead. I will help you on your homework by checking your work or helping to fill content knowledge gaps and working with you on similar problems, but I will never do your homework for yo... [more]

Are you looking for help with math topics? Are you preparing yourself for your college education, and need an edge to get ahead? Are you struggling with science, labs, papers, assignments, or research? I can help you with all of these! My name is Ryan and I come from a strong math and science background. I have tutored all levels of math from basic math concepts to calculus in a campus setting. I have also worked as a teaching assistant and lab assistant in geology, graduating with a ... [more]

Hello. My name is Brian. I have a Bachelor of Science in Biology and I am certified, Level 3, as a CRLA Tutor. I specialize at the college, high school AP, high school standard and middle school level in General Biology, General Chemistry, Genetics, Mathematics (up to Calculus 1) and General Physics. I have two-years experience in tutoring and leading collaborative learning sessions at Eastern Washington University. I worked shoulder-to-shoulder with PhDs in the Biology, Chemistry ... [more]

As a math major, I provided tutoring to classmates in the full range of math subjects. Following graduation I put my math and physics to practical use in military aviation. For the last five years I have been instructing a range of aviation topics, including both classroom and hands-on contexts. All of this has involved instructing math and physics. I enjoy seeing a student grasp a new concept. I have found that every student learns differently. When an approach that works with one st... [more]

The ACT is a college preparation test taught mainly in the Midwest. It is said to be easier than the SAT, but do not let that fool you- -it is easier for everyone, so it this sense it is standardized. It is built on thought problems-- algebra, geometry, ratios, and statistics. To prepare I use The Real ACT Prep Guide. I hold a B.A. in Chemistry from The University of Washington and have been tutoring for over twenty years. I find many students need the one on one tutoring that they do not always receive in school. Learning comes about from the connection between student and teacher. I teach ma [more]

Understanding mathematical concepts promotes creativity in solving mathematical problems. Anyone who understands math can correctly work the problems at the level of their understanding; however, it is possible to do math, even advanced math and especially with a calculator, and yet not understand any of it. Understanding offers alternatives to problem solving, and insight into the problem itself, especially when applied to physics. Confidence also is concomitant with understanding. Whe... [more]

My name is Andrew. I am a 21 year old college student studying for my associate degree at Spokane Falls Community College. When I transfer to a four year college, my major will be biology and psychology. I enjoy volunteering and service leadership oriented activities. I am especially fond of meeting and connecting with people from other countries. I have been involved with the the international club at SFCC for the last three years, and have formed many meaningful friendships with people from... [more]

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