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I am an experienced and patient tutor with high standards. I am currently a PhD student in Geography at the University of Toronto conducting field work in Seattle - this is also the city where I grew up and that I identify with the most. I am a certified teacher with a Masters in Teaching who taught fifth grade for three years; I also ran a tutoring center for elementary and middle school kids for a year and half while I worked on my Master's degree. Currently I take clients ranging from 2nd... [more]

Note: The reason that I don't have many hours with Wyzant is that I am just returning from six years of teaching SAT overseas, and I did not use this website during that time. For seven years, I have helped students achieve dramatic results on standardized tests. My journey began when I studied for the Graduate Record Exam (GRE). Developing my own strategies to augment the traditional approaches to test prep, I earned a score in the 98th percentile for the GRE Verbal. The experience of devel... [more]

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]

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]

The GRE test often seems daunting to students in college; however, when students become familiar with the format changes and learn to manage the extra level of complexity, they often find that the math tasks themselves are within their capabilities. Good preparation requires strong math skills, preparation with the specific formats and practice using time management skills. Hello students. Will be taking new students after April 24, 2017. I enjoy meeting new students of all ages who want to succeed. I teach High School Chemistry, Math for ages 5-adult and have helped students with Dyslexia, Dy [more]

I've been helping people with the GRE since I took it as a soon to be grad student in college. The basic premise of it has not changed much over the years even with the new revision but requires a strong foundation in math to do well. With practice, you too can do well on the GRE! As an engineering program manager for 15 years, and with an MIT degree to boot, I know my fair share of math and science, having taken Calculus, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology AP II. It all started when my algebra teacher sent me to math camp and entered me into a geometry contest the next year, which I got a perfec [more]

My qualifications: - 2+ years of tutoring university-level math at the UW - Awarded the Exceptional Contribution and Peer Tutor Awards by the UW Instructional Center - BS degree in Electrical Engineering, Cum Laude I have been working with first-generation, underrepresented, and low-income students at the University of Washington for over 2 years, tutoring math ranging from algebra to calculus. I was recognized for my tutoring by both the appreciation of students I have helped and two tutori... [more]

I'm Alec! I graduated from Stanford University with a degree in Mathematics (focus in Logic). I minored in Education and will be attending Columbia next year for a Masters in Teaching. My passion lies in Mathematics of any level or subject, but I have a great appreciation for the Sciences, Literary critique, and most aspects of learning! In my educational experience, it was the teachers and professors who took the time to get to know me that ended up making the biggest difference both in my a... [more]

Hi I'm Ben! I am a recent Graduate of San Francisco State University's MA program in Mathematics. I have spent the last two years teaching College algebra / Pre-calculus, and tutoring Senior undergrad and graduate course work. Before that I was one of the lead math tutor at Central Washington University where I conducted over 500 tutorials with students. I have also been a part of Math Circles for the last three years. Math Circles are an extra curricular activity session with students betw... [more]

Hi there! I'll start with a little about myself, and my tutoring experience will be in the next paragraph. I am a recent college graduate with a bachelor's in mathematics. I graduated with honors in my major, and was awarded as the top graduating senior in my mathematics department. I also minored in education studies, which means that I've learned to think critically and systematically about my teaching and I've gained tools for being a successful educator through studying theory of educatio... [more]

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