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Heather G. ...At Seattle Central Community College, I was elected by faculty to serve as Lead Tutor for their new Writing Center. When I transferred to Southwestern University, I completed a Teaching of Writing course, and served as the Assistant Director for the Debby Ellis Writing Center, where I was respon...
24 Subjects: including calculus, reading, geometry, English
Seattle, WA
Timothy L. ...From my personal experience, many SAT Math questions do not require calculators at all; in fact, many questions can be answered with simple tips and tricks instead of long hand-written calculations under time limit. During the first lesson, I plan on assigning a diagnostic math test, and from th...
24 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, writing
Seattle, WA
Sarah C. ...The coursework for my master's degree was focused on learning: learning differences, curriculum, and development. My master's thesis was on physics misconceptions, and I did research on gender differences in the sciences. I love math and physics and finding ways to make them interesting and fun for others.
14 Subjects: including calculus, physics, geometry, algebra 1
Redmond, WA
Amy S. ...Received a 5 on the AP Chemistry Exam in 2003 as a junior in high school. High school chemistry student of the year as recognized by the American Chemical Society in 2003 I have a Ph.D. in Immunology. Genetics was part of my required coursework for both my undergraduate and graduate degrees.
15 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, geometry
Edmonds, WA
Nels B. ...Thank you, for your consideration.Without books, I aced both my first and second (all of my) economics classes, introductory macroeconomics and intermediate microeconomics. I read Mises' "Human Action," joined an economics readers' group, and led economics group discussions. I helped three Masters' students navigate econ courses, at UW and MIT.
66 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, reading, English
Kirkland, WA

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