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William A. ...My name is Bill, and I have been working as a chemist for several years. I have also been teaching chemistry part-time at Tacoma Community College. I have degrees from Santa Clara University and the University of Washington in Chemistry - majoring in Organic Chemistry.
12 Subjects: including organic chemistry, chemistry, geometry, algebra 2
Tacoma, WA
Joyce L. ...I have assisted students in the Elementary age group with Math skills from Grades 1-8. Topics include regrouping for addition and subtraction, strategies for times tables and fractions, understanding decimals, percentiles, elementary statistics and geometry, and pre-algebra. I can also assist advanced students with high school type math topics.
12 Subjects: including chemistry, reading, GRE, geometry
Lakewood, WA
Jennifer B. ...Some people learn better through drills and memorization, others by hands-on methods, and others by abstract thinking. As a tutor, I will be sure to analyze every students likes, dislikes and study preferences and take those things into account to help the student learn in a fun and exciting way. I believe that every student is unique so there is no "one best way" to teach a subject.
17 Subjects: including sociology, biology, Spanish, English
Puyallup, WA
Gloria F. ...I have also tutored for 2 other companies and enjoy helping students at a young age before high school proves too difficult for them. I am fingerprinted and background checked. This was done in September, 2014.
6 Subjects: including psychology, reading, grammar, elementary math
Renton, WA
Rachel P. ...My advice is to students who struggle in this area is to begin your studying early, only take on a few vocabulary words at a time (five a day at most), and make it a habit to read at least one challenging article or short every day. Back in 2001, when writing was only tested as an SAT II subject...
40 Subjects: including biology, reading, genetics, microbiology
Seattle, WA

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