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Although I have not done much Linear Algebra tutoring, I do have a math degree from the University of Washington, and I passed Linear Algebra with a 4.0 when I took it in college. I am happy to work together with you to help you build foundation and study habits for this interesting branch of mathematics! Hello! My name is Sandra and consider it my life's mission to not let math stop people from achieving their dreams. I am committed to helping every person that contacts me, despite what they can pay. If money is a hardship, I can at the very least help put you in touch with free or affordable [more]

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I am a recent college graduate who majored in math. I have worked part-time as a tutor for three years, helping students with Elementary Algebra, Precalculus, Calculus, and Linear Algebra. I am home for the summer before moving on to graduate school in mathematics. I am passionate about the subject and dedicated to helping you succeed. I have found that, with most students, difficulty understanding complicated topics comes from uncertain fundamentals. Students forget or misremember topics th... [more]

I earned an A in both quarters of undergraduate linear algebra at WWU (MATH 204 and MATH 304), and made extensive use of the material in later mathematics courses. I also studied advanced linear algebra in a spectral theory class. The class required me to make weekly presentations to my classmates, and I learned how to talk about linear algebra in a clear and accessible way. Hi there, My name is Daniel, and I can help you be your best! I have a master's degree in mathematics from Western Washington University, and spent a further year studying applying mathematics at Cambridge University in [more]

I'm John. I obtained a Masters degree in Mathematics at San Francisco State University, and a Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics with an emphasis in Computer Science there as well. There I had the opportunity to teach my own classes of first and second term algebra, as well as supplemental calculus I and II sessions. Mathematics has many subtleties which are frequently overlooked. I enjoy sharing these subtleties and pointing out how they contribute to the bigger picture. On the othe... [more]

I graduated from Caltech, Pasadena with a PhD in Theoretical physics in 2017. Before that, I had an undergraduate degree in Engineering Physics. This has given my in depth knowledge of most areas of mathematics and physics, on top of which I also have 7 years of teaching experience with students as Teaching Assistant at Caltech. I would like to continue that here in Seattle as I love discussing math and physics with young minds. I have had a passion for math and physics for as long as I... [more]

I am a student currently attending Seattle University who is trying to stay in Seattle for the summer. I'm looking into tutoring as a side job to help pay for rent and other expenses. Although I do not have formal training as a tutor, I often help classmates with homework and classes, and often get told that I am really good at explaining complicated things in a simple way. I hope I could be of help! I got full points for my SAT math portion (800 out of 800), and I get A's in my math cours... [more]

My Ph.D. is in applied mathematics and linear algebra is used extensively throughout my research in applied physics. I also have tutored linear algebra both privately and at a tutoring center in college. My PhD is in applied mathematics, and I have tutored and/or taught most all the math and physics courses typically offered to undergraduates. Lately I've been tutoring mostly university and high school physics and calculus. I have also taught some graduate level special topics courses in dynamical systems theory and geophysical fluid dynamics, and am active in software development (currentl [more]

I graduated from UC Berkeley in Electrical Engineering with high honors (top 10% of all graduating engineering students), and a minor in Mathematics. I also have a Masters degree from Stanford University. I've always been an excellent student; I was always able to understand very difficult math, science, and engineering concepts. I volunteered as a tutor at Berkeley and I have been a volunteer tutor for several years. I've been professionally tutoring for over 1 year with over 400 hours of tu... [more]

In college I took an advanced math class in Linear Algebra. I also have appropriate experience applying linear algebra in two semesters of quantum mechanics and one semester of scientific computing. I encourage my students to become independent learners. Although I am confident in my ability to break down scientific concepts and principles, my goal is to guide the student through the lesson plan and develop crucial study skills, while resorting to explanations to avoid hindering the flow of the lesson. Unfortunately, most students who request tutoring in math and science have lost confidenc [more]

Drexel University ENGR 231: Linear Engineering Systems ENGR 232: Dynamic Engineering Systems Hello students and parents: In my spare time, I do private tutoring with a specialization in math, computer programming and quantitative test prep for SAT, ACT, GRE and GMAT. I enjoy working with students and sharing my passion for math and computer programming. I forward to working with you.... [more]

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