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Richard H. ...It was all a part of my entire math curriculum. In addition I have tutored extensively in the field of linear algebra. Having worked in the IT industry since the late '70s at companies such as Tektronix and Intel, I began working with Microsoft Windows from the very earliest releases and admini...
44 Subjects: including electrical engineering, biostatistics, geometry, ACT Science
$65.00/hr
Bothell, WA
Devi P. Hi! I graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor's in Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics, and followed up with a Master's in Microbiology at SF State University. After graduating from UCLA I worked in a biotech company where I was involved in the genetics sequencing, starting from extracted DNA and working through various techniques to get the final genetic sequence of organisms.
20 Subjects: including microbiology, algebra 1, algebra 2, biology
$50.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Jill E. ...I have taken many chemistry courses such as General chem 1 and 2, organic chem, analytical chem, and environmental chem. I have tutored two college students in this subject, and they both felt that working with me helped them achieve better understanding of the material, as well as better grades. I have taken this subject in high school, and recently had a refresher while taking the GRE.
12 Subjects: including physical science, biology, chemistry, geology
$50.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Misa W. ...This is due to my limited availability as I transition into a new job at the UW Center for Conservation. Hope I can still help with all your short-term goals! Aloha!
14 Subjects: including genetics, microbiology, anthropology, geology
$45.00/hr
Bellevue, WA
Gene T. Do you have learning disabilities or just have trouble understanding math or science concepts? Are you worried about how this will affect your chances of graduating or getting into college? Besides being necessary to graduate from high school, good math and science skills can help you expand your job opportunities once you enter the job market.
33 Subjects: including mechanical engineering, statistics, trigonometry, GRE
$50.00/hr
Seattle, WA

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