6 Chemistry Tutors Found Near Kent, WA



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Glenn M.

Chemistry Tutor

Auburn, WA 98002

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.92 421 ratings

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Math and Science Tutor

I have a BSEE, MSEE and PhD, with more than 25 years of direct practical experience while working as an electrical engineer and solid-state physicist in a variety of industrial positions. I have been tutoring math and science subjects to students of all ages for the past decade. My unique mix of industry (research scientist) and academia (PhD in electrical engineering) not only enables me to teach students how to solve problems but most importantly why they need to learn the material. Wi... [more]


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Patrick M.

Chemistry Tutor

Seattle, WA 98108

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.75 4 ratings

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All-Around Experienced Tutor Specializing in Test Prep

I first studied chemistry at the prestigious science and math school Stuyvesant. There, I took Regents Chemistry as well as Advanced Placement Chemistry and an introductory Organic Chemistry course. I scored a 5 on the AP, and received a perfect score on the regents. I am currently a Chemistry major at Hunter College. I can provide extensive help for Regents, AP Chemistry, the SAT II subject test, and college level General Chemistry and Organic 1. In my first year of high school, I began volunteering at various daycare and tutoring centers as a tutor for kids of all ages and in many differen [more]


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Andrew P.

Chemistry Tutor

Federal Way, WA 98023

Will travel 15 miles

$45 per hour.

4.88 185 ratings

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Patient and great listener

I have tutored math for over 3 years. I am happy to help with many different math classes, from Elementary math to Calculus. I have helped my former classmates and my younger brother many times with Physics. I have been learning French for more than 6 years. I can also help with programming. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and in Computer Engineering at UW in Tacoma. My primary programming language is currently Java. Regardless of the subject, I would say I am effect... [more]


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Kennedy G.

Chemistry Tutor

Seattle, WA 98118

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Kennedy- Computer Science, Physics, MATH Tutoring

Hi, my name is Kennedy; I am currently a student at the University of Washington, my major is Computer Science & Software Engineering and MATH minor. I have over 8 years of experience in teaching science both at high school and college level. My subject areas include; Calculus (I,II & III), Algebra, Trigonometry Physics, Python, Java. Teaching to me comes naturally; it is an art that I enjoy perfecting. I believe in working smart, science is all about understanding the concepts; my approac... [more]


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Stephanie T.

Chemistry Tutor

Kent, WA 98042

Will travel 0 miles

$45 per hour.

4.97 830 ratings

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Patient, Positive, Encouraging and Effective Tutor

I have been tutoring all ages (4th grade through adult) for almost eight years now. I have familiarity with the IB Math and Chemistry programs having successfully tutored students at Skyline HS. I specialize in giving struggling students the skills to be successful in the classroom. By far, my favorite subjects are math and science, but I love to show the tricks for test taking for ASVAB, TEAS, MCAT, Compass / Accuplacer / WAMAP placement tests, new SAT and ACT exam. I specialize in identi... [more]


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Nathan R.

Chemistry Tutor

Kent, WA 98031

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 14 ratings

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Experienced Physics Teacher!

I love physics! I think not everyone is good at communicating physics to students and no two students learn the same. Tutoring is the best way to get the most out of your class, especially if you plan to take the MCAT. I have several years teaching experience. I have taught the second semester physics class lecture for two semesters in graduate school and it taught me a lot about how to explain difficult concepts to students. Each class had around 150 students so it was challenging. ... [more]