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I have a Bachelors Degree in Physics and Astronomy from the University of Washington and minored in mathematics. While in college I received an overall mathematics GPA of 3.8. I have tutored several students in all levels of mathematics including several levels of calculus with great success. I give students additional examples that help them understand the concepts and review their homework and prepare them for tests. FOR FIRST QUARTER/SEMESTER CALCULUS I COVER THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS: Review of functions and graphs, exponential functions and logarithms, and trigonometric functions and m [more]

I know Calculus can be a scary subject but it can be a fun one because it has many real life applications. Give me a chance to help you appreciate Calculus so that you will enjoy it and have fun with it. In fact, I heard that those who were nervous about Calculus came to love it as they progressed into it. I love teaching! It's my passion and I hope to exercise this passion by meeting some of you! I teach most effectively through one-on-one and group interactions. Thus, tutoring is my specialty when it comes to teaching. The subjects I can tutor in are Math and Physics because I have a Bache [more]

I have been taking courses on Calculus or simply using it while studying other subjects since my senior year of high school. My grasp of this subject is very firm. I graduated from the University of Washington with a bachelors in Physics and a minor in Mathematics and have always enjoyed math and knew from a young age that I would end up doing something heavily involved with the subject. Helping others develop their mathematical capabilities, including friends and family, has been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember. After taking a physics course in my junior year of high school [more]

i was a teaching assistant for calculus for 2 years in undergrad. I took AP calculus in high school, and Calculus I-III in college. I also still do calculus at least on a weekly basis, often more. About Me: I'm a physics grad student at UW in my fifth year. I have a BA in physics from New College of Florida (2013) and I have a MS degree also in physics from UW (2015). I perform experimental physics research in atomic physics (ask me about it if you're curious!). Teaching Experience: I was a teaching assistant at New College for courses like introductory physics and calculus. At UW I've [more]

My name is Katherine and I am a new Seattle resident who simply loves teaching. While working on my Washington State Certification, I continue to teach and put the things I learn into practice. If you are looking for an effective, enthusiastic and professional tutor, please consider my qualifications. I have had seven years of English/ESL classroom experience abroad and have taught students from age 6 to 60. My teaching experience includes TOEFL prep, English conversation, public speaki... [more]

I have a Bachelor of Science in Math and am qualified for all high school Math subjects including Algebra, prealgebra, calculus, geometry, statistics. My specialty is calculus and have been tutoring this subject for 10+ years. I love helping people uncover their academic potential. My expertise lies in all high school Math/Statistics/Calculus, Science, Physics and Chemistry subjects. At college level I can assist with Math/Statistics/Calculus, Psychology and Neuroscience. I have a Bachelor in Neuroscience and Math from the University of Melbourne, Australia's Top University and currently have [more]

Originally from China, I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Beijing University and a Master of Science degree in Computer Science from Washington State University. I have tutored students in the areas of mathematics, computer science, and Mandarin Chinese. I believe that understanding concepts is the key to learning any subject. My method is to help students understand the basic concepts from first principles and then have them practice by applying those concepts. To enha... [more]

I specialize in standardized tests, especially SAT, ACT and LSAT. Although I generally consider myself a mathematician, having studied and taught philosophy at UW for seven years, I also have developed effective communication and pedagogical skills that make me unusually qualified to provide thorough and well-rounded approaches to each of these tests. My background is particularly well-suited to the LSAT, insofar as the field of philosophy is laden with both formal and informal logic, stric... [more]

Math is one of my favorite subjects to tutor. I've helped students raise their grades quickly, while having fun doing it :) One even received an award for her improvement in math (from a D to a B+ in 2 months) at her school. I have over ten years of experience teaching both one-on-one and in classroom settings and love meeting and helping people. In particular, I love working with teenagers and helping them develop the skills they need to succeed in high school and to prepare for college. My teaching style is patient, encouraging, and intuitive which I believe is a good fit for students of tha [more]

Calculus is the language of engineering and science. The two principle components of calculus are rates of change and areas or volumes under curves. When I began my undergraduate career, I tested out of two semesters of calculus and began my freshman year in calculus III which is multivariate and vector calculus. I enjoy teaching this material, and I find that many students have a good intuitive grasp of calculus. They just need help with the details. Hi, my name is David. I have worked as a math tutor for several years. In fact, I began my tutoring career shortly after I graduated from colleg [more]

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