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Rachel P. ...As someone who's been there, I can help you improve your grades and intuitively understand the terrible and beautiful complexities of nature. I began teaching and tutoring over ten years ago. While a student at Brown, I was a teaching assistant for four biology classes, and I volunteered in adult ESOL classrooms.
40 Subjects: including genetics, ACT Science, geology, physical science
$50.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Devi P. ...While pursuing my Masters at SFSU, I conducted my Masters thesis research on induced pluripotent stem cells at Stanford University. I recently moved to Seattle to work with a company focusing on researching the molecular pathways of the innate immune system. In addition to college, working in biotech and academia, i've been tutoring high school math and science courses for over ten years.
20 Subjects: including microbiology, algebra 1, algebra 2, biology
$50.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Joel N. ...Later I taught laboratory/lecture classes in introductory biology and molecular and cellular biology for two years and loved every minute of it. Both the tutoring and teaching taught me an appreciation for the broad range of learning styles and the value of flexibility and sensitivity to student...
6 Subjects: including biology, chemistry, biochemistry, zoology
$45.00/hr
Lynnwood, WA
Lauren W. ...Currently I am teaching chemistry at Tacoma Community College, but I am located in the Greenlake area. Please feel free to contact me! I have 3 years of teaching/tutoring experience with middle school-high school students and 2 year of experience teaching undergraduate general and organic chemistry.
12 Subjects: including organic chemistry, physical science, chemistry, algebra 1
$40.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Matthew S. ...As such, I like to begin the first session by establishing short-term and long-term goals. Short-term goals should be concrete and measurable. Long-term goals, on the other hand, should ask a question that makes the subject relevant to the student.
9 Subjects: including genetics, algebra 2, study skills, biostatistics
$40.00/hr
Seattle, WA

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