Robert N. - $80.00/hr - Seattle, WA - View Robert N. >>

...While at UCLA, I was contracted by the university to tutor college students for an introduction to molecular biology course (LS3) at UCLA. I created weekly interactive lesson plans, planned exam review sessions, and mentored between 10-30 undergraduate students per quarter. Through teaching, I ... (read more)
**7 Subjects: **
including
Biology,
Biochemistry,
Calculus,
Geometry

Srini K. - $50.00/hr - Redmond, WA - View Srini K. >>

...I worked as an undergraduate tutor and as a graduate level teaching assistant during grad school. As a tutor, I assisted freshman and sophomore students in mastering concepts required in their mathematics, **science**, and engineering courses. I worked as a teaching assistant for undergraduate leve... (read more)
**12 Subjects: **
including
Electrical Engineering,
Calculus,
Precalculus,
GRE

Andrew S. - $60.00/hr - Seattle, WA - View Andrew S. >>

...I have tutored math at all levels and taught university level classes on Calculus, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra and more. My undergraduate education was in both physics and electrical engineering. In graduate school, I completed 5 years of research into electronic materials for batter... (read more)
**34 Subjects: **
including
Electrical Engineering,
Physics,
Geometry,
Chemistry

Rasoul S. - $39.00/hr - Bellevue, WA - View Rasoul S. >>

...I love to tutor and give back in my spare time. Over the last +10 years, I’ve taught a variety of subjects ranging from topics in math (Calculus, Algebra, Linear Algebra, Discrete Maths, Geometry, Statistics and Probability Theory, …) to engineering undergraduate/graduate courses. I aspire to make learning accessible, affordable, and fun for everyone. (read more)
**22 Subjects: **
including
Physics,
Trigonometry,
SAT Math,
Discrete Math

Katherine M. - $1,000.00/hr - Seattle, WA - View Katherine M. >>

...See my course listings for a sample of what I can tutor. Teaching philosophy:
Conversation is an essential component to learning physics and math. Discussion is more commonly encouraged in non-STEM subjects which gives students formal opportunities to and grow their ideas. (read more)
**9 Subjects: **
including
Physics,
Calculus,
Geometry,
GRE

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