...Plus, I have a lot of experience in solving rational, quadratic, radical expressions and equations along with graphing functions both algebraically and geometrically. In the case of Algebra 2, I think most of students that I have ever encountered struggle to work with advanced polynomial functio... (read more)
...I also have a lot of patience and willingness to help, as being a student myself, there are times when I don't understand something at first and from this I can see where frustration occurs. Since I can relate and understand these struggles as a peer and as a student, it makes it easier to understand and be patient to help a student. I took this course and received an A in it. (read more)
...I will ignore spam messages.
2. I realize that new students may be reaching out because of an urgent need. However, I will need information about expectations to ensure that I can best help you, and this can take some time.
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...I graduated in 2003 from UT Austin with a degree in Computer Science. Although I didn't land the software job that I dreamed of, I went to South Korea for a couple years to teach English while studying the Korean language. After coming back, I have taken educational coursework at the Montgomery College while tutoring students in math and English as a second language. (read more)
...Before enrolling at UW I received an A.S. degree from Seattle Central Community College and while there was a lead math tutor. I am currently finishing an Electrical Engineering degree from the University of Washington and a proficiency in Algebra is fundamental in this field. Before enrolling at UW I was a head math tutor at Seattle Central Community College and tutored Algebra extensively. (read more)