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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]

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]

With extensive experiences in biology, I specialize in fun and creative ways to teach and learn science. I focus on teaching students how to understand basic concepts and how to link these concepts together to form a big picture. A former National Institutes of Health researcher, I am interested in childhood development especially neurogenesis and how this can be translated into learning for both children and adults. I believe that a good tutor is someone who can help a student see, listen... [more]

With 20+ years of tutoring & teaching experience, I am a highly effective Math Tutor, with teaching experience ranging from college through elementary school. My focus is on understanding where my students are in their understanding of the concepts at hand, and from there, explaining topics with a variety of methods until the concept or skill is developed. My style is amiable yet structured, to maximize learning in a succinct amount of time.... [more]

Hi! I'm Travis, and I'm currently an undergraduate at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. I plan on majoring in Mathematics with a minor in Music (I play clarinet). I come from an very small town in the eastern part of the state of Washington. I'm really into mathematics, but that's probably clear from my choice of major. In high school, I took AP Calculus BC and AP Statistics and earned a perfect score on both exams; I scored a 35 on the ACT Math section and a perfect 800 on the Mat... [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]

Hello. My name is Brandon. I am a graduate of Boise State University where I graduated Cum Laude with a B.S. in Applied Mathematics, a B.A. in Philosophy, and a minor in Political Science. I graduated from Gonzaga School of Law Summa Cum Laude with the degree of Juris Doctor. I now practice law in Washington, and clerk for the Honorable Chief Judge Thomas Rice for the United States Eastern District Court of Washington. While not at work and tutoring I spend my time with my wife and two da... [more]

Thank you for taking the time to review my profile. After many years of hard work I have earned both a BAE (Bachelor of Arts in Education) in Physics and an MS in Physics. However, I feel that it is my 17 years of teaching experience that sets me apart from other potential tutors. I know firsthand the topics that typically cause confusion for a high school student. Over the years I have developed many different techniques for explaining abstract topics that help students to understand both... [more]

SAT (scholastic aptitude test) is typically required for admission to four year universities. It consists of three sections, one of which is math. The language arts and essay sections draw mostly from a life time of learning and are less influenced by study. Math on the other hand is apt to respond to study. I work with The Princeton Review 2011 Edition. After preparing with them, two of my students were just admitted to The University of Idaho. 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 t [more]

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