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James T. I graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Structural Engineering. I'm a licensed professional engineer with 16 years of engineering design and project management experience in both the government and private sector. I've tutored both as a paid college tutor and private students.
38 Subjects: including calculus, English, reading, ASVAB
Bothell, WA
Sarah D. ...I am a friendly, approachable lover of math. I was a tutor while I was working on my undergraduate degree. I was a teaching assistant providing homework help for pre-algebra students during my undergrad, and a teaching assistant instructing various 100-level courses while earning my graduate degree.
7 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Marysville, WA
Nancy W. ...I was also trained in poison control and worked in the Regional Poison Center in Northern California. I have worked outside of the hospital setting in the community. Throughout the years I have had an opportunity to teach nursing in these settings, and have assisted nursing students in their NCLEX exams with great success.
42 Subjects: including calculus, reading, English, writing
Sammamish, WA
Ronald B. ...I am also very fresh on these subjects as I use them frequently as a student. My approach to tutoring is value-based, meaning that my goal with each student is to maximize the improvement of his or her grades for the time I spend with him or her. I do this by keeping track of homework and test scores, and taking time prior to each session to calibrate my teaching strategy.
5 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, trigonometry
Lakebay, WA
Briana G. ...My priority is to understand the student's needs and meet them as quickly as possible. Much of the time, I am able to address study and homework habits and help students help themselves within a matter of a few weeks. When a student and tutor find a good fit, it is often easy to do drop-in sessions to quickly pick up a few concepts when each party knows and trusts the other.
19 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, algebra 1
Monroe, WA

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