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Mark L. ...While there I also studied linguistics, so I'm well-acquainted with the intricacies of German grammar. Though I'm most comfortable teaching subjects related to my majors, I'm knowledgeable of many more. During my time at Oberlin, I took advantage of the liberal arts education offered there, studying varied topics such as music theory, art history, math, film, and linguistics.
21 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Everett, WA
Victoria K. I have been tutoring for Mathnasium, but recently decided to quit in order to give myself more opportunities and personal freedom. From my time there, I have learned that utilizing a combination of teaching methods and tools to cater to the learning style of each student is the best way to maximize...
18 Subjects: including statistics, writing, precalculus, trigonometry
Everett, WA
Steve V. ...I also love assisting other tutors in creating a learner-centered environment. If you are a tutor that needs help, contact Steve, your answer to improved tutoring!I've taught Statistics at Lightworks Institute and ITT Tech in Everett. I have also been coaching Statistics for over 7 years and have a unique ability to blend knowledge and humor into my teaching style.
21 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, physics, geometry
Mukilteo, WA
Richard H. ...I was employed for many years in the field of both local and wide area networking at companies like Intel Corporation and Nortel as well as owning and operating my own small business in sales, configuration and integration of computer networks. I have studied both differential equations and part...
44 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, physics
Bothell, WA
Deanna L. ...Whatever the content, I am happy to review and help make your writing the best it can be. I've been helping students with test prep for years and consider the GED to be one of the best places to start. It takes a disciplined approach that makes people reassess how to take the time to do something well, and studying for the GED requires just that.
50 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, reading, calculus
Redmond, WA

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