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I am Michael Aylesworth, a retired engineer/entrepreneur and a High School Math and Science Teacher. I have a Master of Arts in Teaching degree which gives me a keen approach to instruction. I am a certified and teacher in Washington with endorsements in Physics, Mathematics, and Earth and Space Science. My Bachelor of Science in General Science and Associates in Science serve to highlight my broad base in Biology and Chemistry, and my primary focus of Mechanical Engineering culminated ... See more
I've always had an enthusiasm for learning and an eagerness to pass on my accumulated knowledge to others. I have over ten years of college-going experience, appeared on the dean’s list, and my papers have been published for graduate seminars; I’ve earned three college degrees, featuring two writing-intensive baccalaureates from the world-class University of Washington College of Arts & Sciences; I've taught and mentored for decades at numerous municipal parks & recreation departments in the ... See more
I received my Bachelor Degree from the University of Washington in 1996 with a 3.8 GPA. My degree was in Women’s Health; which included Graduate level nursing classes. I graduated from Seattle Central Community College in 1991 with a 4.0 GPA while achieving prerequisites for nursing school. I was inducted in to Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society in 1990.
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I'm Max, a professional educator with a passion for writing, foreign language, and college prep/counseling. I have worked in many aspects of education, around the US and around the world, for over 20 years now and have served as a teacher, trainer, adviser, counselor, and mentor to a wide range of students, from middle school to college-age, and non-traditional students.
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I graduated with the highest GPA out of all of the Physics majors for my year, and nearly every elective I took was in pure Math, to the point that I was only one computer science class away from dual majoring in Math. I worked for my university's Math Center as an undergraduate, tutoring everything from introductory chemistry to advanced linear algebra and analysis, and I have tutored several students on my own in various subjects, as well. My ... See more
I'm a recent graduate of a highly ranked liberal arts college, where I left with both general departmental honors. I'm a seasoned tutor with 5 years of experience in a teaching environment, 3 years in tutoring specifically. I worked as a tutor at the Vassar College Writing Center, where I was eventually promoted to Head Tutor. As as a writing tutor, I helped with hundreds of papers, and oversaw the completion of three senior theses.
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Hi, I’m Sophia Robinson! I’m a Bay Area native but I ended up at UW for college and now I can’t get myself to leave Seattle, I just love it too much!
I graduated from the #51 nationally ranked high school with a 3.8 GPA, and scored a 30 on the ACT (95th percentile).
In college I started out as a STEM major, taking chem and math classes before realizing that I was more interested in ... See more
I have a bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Pomona College. My liberal arts education gave me a rigorous foundation in writing and critical thinking, along with my math expertise. I have taken graduate coursework in educational psychology, and have experience teaching and tutoring students as young as 5 years old and as old as 75. It's never too early or late to acquire new knowledge! My tutoring experience has ranged across subjects from mathematics, chemistry, writing, test prep, ... See more
I am a multidisciplinary tutor in math and sciences, specializing in computational biology and machine learning. I have a bachelor's degree and a PhD from Harvard in biology, and am currently a postdoctoral research associate at University of Washington in Seattle. Please see my website (juewang.strikingly.com) for more information on my professional and scientific expertise.
Since my work involves a mix of computer science (machine learning in particular), math, physics, chemistry, and biology day-to-day, and ... See more
Seattle has some of the best coffee on the planet but if you find yourself downing cup after cup and pulling all-nighters in preparation for the SAT you are in trouble. The worst manner in which to learn any subject is to forcefully cram your brain with information.
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I've been teaching college courses for the last seven years. My courses range from more traditional composition / first-year writing classes, to literature-focused classes.
I specialize in writing composition, 18th- and 19th-century novels, fan culture, digital humanities, and more.
For the last 9 years, I've also tutored students at all age levels (from 4-25) in multiple subject areas, with a special focus on English-language acquisition, reading comprehension, and analytical skills. Over the years, ... See more
I love to explore new modalities for teaching. I've worked for over a decade as a college writing instructor. I also have several years experience working as a tutor with children of various ages in bilingual classrooms, in one-on-one settings, and in small groups. I have taught subjects from math to liberal arts topics. The most important thing for me in teaching, is to listen to the student, and to help find a learning method that works ... See more
I am studying industrial design at the University of Washington and have extensive tutoring experience with students ranging from 4th grade through high school. I have tutored in math, English, and essay writing, and have also tutored students in Germany. I am fluent in German and have conversational abilities in Mandarin Chinese.
Hi there! I have been an online tutor for over 5 years and enjoy working with students to help them unleash their full potential. I am strict and don't allow any slacking. Hard working students looking for that extra push - I'm all here to work with you.
I have a MA degree in visual Media arts from Emerson College. I have a BA degree in Social Science from Providence College. I have more then 8 years experience in tutoring students. I am currently tutoring the Crisp family of Seattle in essay writing, history, social science.
I completed my undergraduate degree in Comparative History of Ideas at UW Seattle in 2013. CHID is an interdisciplinary program which focuses more on content, form and purpose of academic research than it does on adherence to the teleology of any particular existing discipline. My personal focus through the course of my time in CHID was concerned with researching social movements, various forms of organizing society, international politics, politics of Latin America, the history of education, and various movements for ... See more
I'm an avid traveler and student of History from Seattle University. Even though I've never formally tutored before, I often have helped classmates and younger students study, so I consider myself a good teacher. My personal philosophy is that there isn't anything that someone can't learn if they're provided with the proper vehicle for understanding.
I have spent A LOT of time studying history. I didn't know how many credits I needed ... See more
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The SAT is essential for students who want to get into college. Most schools will not even recognize you as a possible student if you do not get a certain grade on your SAT. If you are trying to get into a school that you love but simply cannot get an acceptable SAT score, you need help. A Seattle SAT tutor is going to be able to give you all of the assistance that you require.
But they are not going to do your work for you, they are going to make sure that you are getting the information and that you can apply it. When the test date comes around there is not going to be a tutor on your side. It is going to be you, your test and the time you have spent preparing. Luckily for you, you got the help of a test preparation tutor who specializes in the SAT.
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