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A photo of Juul who is one of our tutors in Seattle, WA
"I went to Eastern Washington University and graduated with a BA in Education - Mathematics. After graduating, I went overseas for a year as a Marine Reservist. When I returned, I taught high school math classes for three years..."

My Education

  • Eastern Washington University - BAE, Secondary Education - Math
  • State Certified Teacher

Tutoring Subjects:

Statistics, Pre-Calculus, Middle School Math, Calculus and 6 other subjects.
A photo of Jacob  who is one of our tutors in Seattle, WA
"...My home town is Issaquah, which is where I currently live. I am an avid skier, and have spent countless hours and dollars up at various mountains over the years. Also, I am a member of a local rock climbing gym, and have climbed at various places in Washington..."

My Education

  • Gonzaga University - BS, Civil Engineering

Tutoring Subjects:

Algebra, Physics, Middle School Math, Elementary Math and 1 other subjects.
A photo of Ellen who is one of our tutors in Seattle, WA
"...I received my Bachelor of Arts in History with minors in Philosophy and Religious Studies. I studied abroad for a year in Florence, Italy, taking intensive courses in European History and Art History. I traveled extensively as well as tutored elementary school children and university students in English grammar and literacy..."

My Education

  • Gonzaga University - BA, History

Tutoring Subjects:

Algebra, World History, Philosophy, SSAT- Upper Level and 22 other subjects.
A photo of Devin who is one of our tutors in Seattle, WA
"My name is Devin Leigh, and I was raised in the sprawling suburbs of Northwest Chicago. I studied theater at an urban, performing-arts high school before moving to Los Angeles to pursue a career as a screenwriter and a film and television actor. After a two year sojourn, I returned to the Midwest to attend college at DePaul University, where I worked as a tutor, mentor, and assistant teacher at the University Center for Writing-based Learning..."

My Education

  • DePaul University - BA, History and African Studies

Tutoring Subjects:

European History, SSAT, ESL/ELL, Grammar and Mechanics and 12 other subjects.
A photo of Allison who is one of our tutors in Seattle, WA
"I recently completed my Master's degree in Geography at the University of Washington. Before that, I studied Geography and Political Science at the George Washington University in Washington, DC. Up next: law school! So far I've been accepted to Duke, Georgetown and Harvard, but I'm waiting to hear back from a few more schools before I make my final decision about where to go. I've taken the SAT, GRE, and the LSAT, so I'm a pro when it comes to standardized tests..."

My Education

  • George Washington University - BA, Geography, Political Science
  • University of Washington - MA, Geography

Tutoring Subjects:

GRE, Essay Editing, Writing, LSAT and 4 other subjects.
A photo of Miranda who is one of our tutors in Seattle, WA
"...Louis, MO. I've loved science since I was a little kid (I was that weird girl playing with dirt and rocks during recess). I did what I like to call the "Nerd Trifecta" in high school: math team, knowledge bowl, and science olympiad. I've tutored since I was in middle school, and I love finding an explanation or analogy to help someone else really grasp a concept! I'm applying to grad school now, and in my spare time I love cooking and baking (it's vaguely scientific, right?)..."

My Education

  • Washington University in St. Louis - BA, Biochemistry and Anthropology

Tutoring Subjects:

Algebra, HSPT, ISEE- Upper Level, ACT Science and 26 other subjects.
A photo of Yu-hsuan who is one of our tutors in Seattle, WA
"... I teach Economics, Math, and Mandarin Chinese and would love to help you! For Economics - At UW Seattle I have taught Introductory Microeconomics, Introductory Macroeconomics, and Intermediate Microeconomics. I was also a consultant at the World Bank and have been very interested in international development work. For Math - I got a high score on my GRE Quantitative section and would love to help you with math up to Pre-Calculus or GRE Quantitative. I enjoy solving math problems quickly and hope to help you experience the same thing! For Mandarin Chinese - I am a native Mandarin Chinese speaker and graduated from the No..."

My Education

  • National Taiwan University - BA, Economics
  • Yale University / University of Washington - MA / PhD in progress, Economics

Tutoring Subjects:

Algebra, Middle School Math, Arithmetic, Microeconomics and 8 other subjects.
A photo of Alison who is one of our tutors in Seattle, WA
"...As a result, I spend a lot of time thinking about Biology, Chemistry, Statistics, and Policy. I love to teach and work with the Pacific Science Center as a Communication Fellow. I attended Stanford University for both my Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Biology, with a minor in Chemistry. While there, I researched the immune system and how asthma and allergies develop..."

My Education

  • Stanford University - BS, Biology
  • Stanford University - MS, Biology

Tutoring Subjects:

Microbiology, Genetics, AP Biology, Statistics and 24 other subjects.
A photo of Graham who is one of our tutors in Seattle, WA
"I was educated at Lake Superior State University in Sault Ste. Marie, MI. I received a Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature and Secondary Education, with a minor in History. During my years of classroom teaching, I led an after-school credit recovery program for Social Studies students working on virtual classes, and in 2013 I worked as a tutor for SAT verbal/ACT English prep at a learning center in Bellevue..."

My Education

  • Lake Superior State University - BA, English Language and Literature

Tutoring Subjects:

ACT Reading, AP U.S. Government & Politics, IB History SL, Essay Editing and 53 other subjects.
A photo of Courtney who is one of our tutors in Seattle, WA
"... When I begin working with a new student I try to first determine their strengths and weaknesses so that I can use the strategies that will be most helpful to them individually. A student who remembers formulas easily will do well with step by step instructions, but a student who does not will benefit more from a conceptual understanding and lots of practice. The strategies I use might include using visual aids, hands-on materials, step by step instructions, conceptual explanations, extra practice, and modeling. I also believe building student confidence is one of the most important steps on the path to success..."

My Education

  • Williams College - BA, English
  • University of Louisville - MAT, Teaching Secondary Mathematics
  • State Certified Teacher

Tutoring Subjects:

SAT Math, Elementary Math, Arithmetic, Advanced Placement and 30 other subjects.
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