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Found 140 tutors in Seattle, WA

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Erica Garcia

1.5 miles away

Enthusiastic Spanish teacher with over 8 years of experience!

Hello and congratulations on your decision to improve your language skills! I have been teaching since I graduated from college, and each year I find another reason to fall in love with the Spanish language and the many cultures related to it. My time in Mexico and other Spanish-speaking countries has allowed me to explore various linguistic and cultural differences, and I enjoy sharing and exchanging knowledge with students! I have taught English and Spanish, and enjoy finding and ... See more

Enthusiastic Spanish teacher with over 8 years of experience!
  • ... Dickinson College
  • subject High School Level English + 6 more
  • Very responsive
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300+TUTORING
Hours

David M.

1.2 miles away

5.0
(13 ratings)
5.0
Articulation
5.0
Proficiency
4.9
Punctuality
Looking to inspire and guide students to the future they deserve!

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Looking to inspire and guide students to the future they deserve!
  • ... United States Naval Academy
  • subject Algebra 1 + 22 more
  • in a day or more
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Maiko Takenaka

1.1 miles away

Japanese

Bio
Maiko Takenaka was born in Japan but also speaks fluent English. Being away from home made her appreciate her own culture and developed a passion to share it all over the world. She enjoyed telling about everything about Japan not just its language so once you hear the stories from her; you will fall in love in its culture and make you feel you want to visit Japan!
About Me
Hajimemashite(Hello),my name is Maiko, originally from Wakayama ... See more

Japanese
  • ... South Seattle Community College
  • subject Japanese + 1 more
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5.0
(12 ratings)
5.0
Articulation
5.0
Proficiency
5.0
Punctuality
Experienced Math and Science Teacher

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

Experienced Math and Science Teacher
  • ... Seattle University
  • subject Algebra 1 + 90 more
  • in a day or more
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Earle O.

2.8 miles away

K-College Tutoring in Reading, Writing, ESL & Humanities Subjects

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

K-College Tutoring in Reading, Writing, ESL & Humanities Subjects
  • ... University of Washington
  • subject ACT Writing + 36 more
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Jill Jackson

1.9 miles away

University of Washington - Women’s Health -Tutoring for 18 years

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.
My major changed when I got to the University of Washington after taking a full year in a ... See more

University of Washington - Women’s Health -Tutoring for 18 years
  • ... University of Washington
  • subject Algebra 1 + 41 more
  • in a day or more
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Max Savishinsky

3.9 miles away

PhD/MA from UW - Bilingual English/Spanish tutoring & College Prep

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.

I have bilingual fluency in English and Spanish, and can provide tutoring in both languages, as ... See more

PhD/MA from UW - Bilingual English/Spanish tutoring & College Prep
  • ... University of Washington
  • subject Elementary Math + 30 more
  • in a day or more
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Margaret Taylor

3.6 miles away

5.0
(1 ratings)
5.0
Articulation
5.0
Proficiency
5.0
Punctuality
Margaret the Microbiologist

What type of bear dissolves in water? A polar bear!
Now that I have your attention, let me introduce myself. I hold a Bachelors of Science in Chemistry, for which I had to take many hours of chemistry, math, and physics classes. In addition, I have a Masters of Science in Cancer Research, and I have extensive knowledge of micro- and molecular biology. I am comfortable teaching a wide variety of chemistry, math, and biology lessons, and I look forward ... See more

Margaret the Microbiologist
  • ... University of Nebraska Medical C...
  • subject Algebra 1 + 13 more
  • in a day or more
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Madison R.

3 miles away

French/English Tutor 4+ years. Vocal coach 3+ years. Yoga 2+ years.

Recently moved back to the United States after living 4 years in France.

French Information:
I've lived in Limoges, Bordeaux, and Montpellier. As an English native speaker I learned tricks and techniques that helped me learn the French language. I've recently passed the CLEP (College-level Examination Program) to prove my level of fluency in all forms verbal, written, and listening. My hope it to teach you a few techniques that can help you not only learn with ... See more

French/English Tutor 4+ years. Vocal coach 3+ years. Yoga 2+ years.
  • ... Eastern Oregon University
  • subject French + 2 more
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4.9
(3 ratings)
5.0
Articulation
5.0
Proficiency
4.7
Punctuality
Music and Reading Comprehension Specialist

Hello! My name is Katy and I am more than excited to work with you! I specialize in Music Therapy as well as English and Reading Comprehension. I have years of experience working with special needs specifically with children and young adults on the spectrum. I have very flexible hours. I also have CPR training and a Food Handlers Permit. I look forward to working with you, Thank you!

Music and Reading Comprehension Specialist
  • ... Cornish College of the Arts
  • subject Elementary Math + 20 more
  • in a day or more

Why You Need a Tutor In Seattle

Seattle has a strong science community within the city. But if you are in chemistry and not having a good time then you probably want no parts of anything that has to do with science. You are not getting along with your teacher and everything they say in class is bouncing right off you. Not being able to hang on to any of the information that is being conveyed is a problem that our tutors in Seattle see all the time.

Because of this, they have developed methods to fill in these holes. But when you are working with your own private science tutors you are getting these methods delivered in a style that is particular to you. Just because the techniques have worked in the past for others does not mean that they will work for you. This is one of our biggest qualms with the way the school system works.

Your chemistry teacher is using a syllabus and teaching style that they have used for years. That means there are no personalized lesson plans for students who are struggling. You either get the materials or you do not. This is incredibly problematic from your standpoint which is why you should have already begun your search for tutoring in Seattle. You must act now if you do not want to be on the failing end of this class.

The longer you wait the more the information is going to pile up and it will be virtually impossible for you to save yourself. Spending your summer in a class that you already despise is going to make this one of the worst vacations of your life. So plan on getting ahead in this class and maintaining good standing in your chemistry class. You will thank yourself later when you are able to enjoy the sights and activities in the magnificent city of Seattle.

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Irene Putnam

2 miles away

Experienced Music Theory/Music Composition/Viola/Art tutor

Hello, I'm Irene! I graduated cum laude from the University of Washington with a triple major in Music Theory, Music Composition, and Viola Performance. I work as an artist in Seattle, WA. I have studied both art and music under a plethora of teachers and mentors. Throughout my studies, I was most inspired by teachers who encouraged and believed in me. Now I want to do the same!

One of my greatest pleasures has been working with students of ... See more

Experienced Music Theory/Music Composition/Viola/Art tutor
  • ... University of Washington
  • subject Music History + 9 more
  • in a day or more
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WWU Kinesiology Graduate with 8+ years teaching experience

I have a bachelor's degree in Kinesiology and 8 years of teaching and tutoring experience helping break big topics down into understandable concepts. My educational background prepares me to support students with writing, reading, math, science, health, fitness, and college prep. My professional experience has prepared me in being able to have excellent communication, listening skills, patience, and encouragement across all ages.

WWU Kinesiology Graduate with 8+ years teaching experience
  • ... Western Washington University
  • subject Algebra 1 + 47 more
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Renee J.

2.3 miles away

Compassionate Multi-Subject Tutor

Hello! Thank you for taking the time to get to know me. I love to learn and have always excelled academically throughout K-12 and University. I graduated top of my class and attended an interdisciplinary private liberal arts college for undergraduate. My graduate degree is focused on teaching students with special needs. Altogether, this academic background has given me strengths in many subject areas, which is why my profile is so diverse.

I have an experienced foundation in teaching ... See more

Compassionate Multi-Subject Tutor
  • ... University of Puget Sound
  • subject Algebra 1 + 37 more
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Neena Gupta

1.5 miles away

CFA Charterholder with 5+ years of teaching experience

Hi, I am Neena Gupta based out of USA. I am a CFA Charterholder and hold double Masters in accounting & finance.
I specialize in supporting students in undergrad and graduate finance courses such as Corporate Finance, Cost Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Investments, Managerial Finance, Financial Management, Finance Theory and Financial Analysis.
I have enjoyed tutoring since I was a college student. My main experience comes from helping my business and non-business colleagues with their accounting coursework.
Making these subject matter ... See more

CFA Charterholder with 5+ years of teaching experience
  • ... University of California - Santa...
  • subject Algebra 1 + 26 more
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Jamie Maher

3.2 miles away

Essay Pro, Science Enthusiast, All-Around Lover of Learning

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.

Regardless of what ... See more

Essay Pro, Science Enthusiast, All-Around Lover of Learning
  • ... Vassar College
  • subject ACT Writing + 15 more
  • in a day or more
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Sophia Robinson

4.7 miles away

Qualified recent college graduate looking to tutor in the Seattle Area

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

Qualified recent college graduate looking to tutor in the Seattle Area
  • ... University of Washington
  • subject Algebra 1 + 49 more
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Paris P.

2.2 miles away

English Language Instructor, ESL, 英語

Hi! My name is Paris. For the past 10 years, I have been teaching English to children and adults from all over the world. I have been helping people with their jobs, prepare for exams, and overall improve their confidence when speaking in English. Because every student is unique, I design each course based on your needs. I can teach all points of English including: grammar, reading & writing, listening & speaking, and critical thinking skills in English. I strive to make ... See more

English Language Instructor, ESL, 英語
  • ... University of Phoenix
  • subject English (K-8) + 10 more
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Mackenzie L.

5 miles away

Excellent Tutor

Hi! My name is Mackenzie. In 2020, I graduated Cum Laude from UCLA and am a fantastic tutor. In my nine years of tutoring experience, I have mentored and tutored dozens of students in grades K-12 in a variety of subjects. Additionally, having grown up the oldest of four children, I have been helping my younger brothers achieve their academic goals from a very young age. I am also passionate about working with kids. I am currently applying to ... See more

Excellent Tutor
  • ... University of California - Los A...
  • subject Algebra 1 + 37 more
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James Wilson

1.6 miles away

Internationally-Certified Tutor, espec. Art, English, Spanish, Chinese

I've taught in South Korea, China, and yes, the USA. I'm experienced with all ages from elementary to adult, and am familiar with a myriad of teaching strategies to overcome any challenge a student is facing. I generally teach Fine Art (both traditional and digital media, in addition to Character Design, 3D Printing, and Video Editing) and English (both ESL and reading/writing skills for native speakers of all ability levels). I am also available for lessons in ... See more

Internationally-Certified Tutor, espec. Art, English, Spanish, Chinese
  • ... Washington State University
  • subject English (K-8) + 34 more
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Zane Oner

4.5 miles away

English Grammar, Writing and Pronunciation Tutor

A good, solid grasp of grammar is the key to unlocking the fluency of your speech and writing.

(For non-native speakers) Correct grammar and correct pronunciation are the most critical elements necessary for fluent communication. And when these are found lacking, it can even lead to those non-native speakers to be misjudged and underestimated. I have been working with non-native speakers to improve their grammar and pronunciation for years, allowing them to express themselves much more freely ... See more

English Grammar, Writing and Pronunciation Tutor
  • ... Seattle University
  • subject GMAT + 14 more
  • in a day or more
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Benefits of Hiring a Tutor In Seattle

The Space Needle is one of the grandest architectural structures ever created. People come from all over the world in hopes of seeing this wondrous feat of human ingenuity. If this is something that motivates you, you are probably studying to become an architect.

One of the most difficult majors that a student can try to pursue, you are realizing that after only a few short weeks in school. Now you are at a crossroads. Your advisor sits you down and lets you know that either you are going to have to drastically make changes or drop this major. The latter should not even be an option for you. This should put a fire underneath you that makes you want to work harder with the help of an architecture tutor.

But you want to make sure that if you are putting the time in that it is valuable. That will happen when you tag team with a Seattle tutor. This is a win-win for you and your future career. Working with a tutor who is also a working professional essentially turns into a mentorship. Call up our reps and let them know your preferences so that they can get you matched with solid Seattle tutoring.

Most Recent Reviews for Seattle, WA Tutoring

Python
Princi G.
5.0 Articulation
5.0 Proficiency
5.0 Punctuality

David was on spot with what I was looking for. He kept the boys engaged which is not easy since they are young and at the same time introduce them to new concepts with ease. We are looking forward to having David teach our kids this summer.

Princi G. reviews David Meissner
Prealgebra
Lynnae M.
5.0 Articulation
5.0 Proficiency
5.0 Punctuality

David has surpassed our expectations. He has helped my daughter gain her confidence back in her math homework and tests. I would highly recommend him to anyone who is looking for a tutor.

Lynnae M. reviews David Meissner
Calculus
Sonya H.
5.0 Articulation
5.0 Proficiency
5.0 Punctuality

Son is actually learning Calculus! Says he feels more comfortable! Yeah. Wish we’d known David last year! Look forward to help getting through AP Calculus during COVId

Sonya H. reviews David Meissner
Biology
Julie W.
5.0 Articulation
5.0 Proficiency
5.0 Punctuality

Margaret is vey polite and curious , easy to talk to , very knowledgeable to the topics , and she is able to communicate and work with my kid effectively and effectively.

Julie W. reviews Margaret Taylor
Prealgebra
Lynnae M.
5.0 Articulation
5.0 Proficiency
5.0 Punctuality

David is an excellent explainer and made my daughter feel very comfortable which is so important so the student will ask questions. I would highly recommend David.

Lynnae M. reviews David Meissner
MATLAB
Cynthia C.
5.0 Articulation
5.0 Proficiency
5.0 Punctuality

David is patient and has the nicest way of speaking to my daughter. He is very knowledgeable and has been a huge help!

Cynthia C. reviews David Meissner
Dyslexia
Sandra K.
5.0 Articulation
5.0 Proficiency
4.0 Punctuality

Really working hard with Gisel in a fun and interactive way. Researching her needs on her own very professional

Sandra K. reviews Kathryn Conley
Calculus
Sonya H.
5.0 Articulation
5.0 Proficiency
5.0 Punctuality

David is helping my senior sort of Calculus in a logical way. Making up for lost in person time this Spring

Sonya H. reviews David Meissner
MATLAB
Saprabh K.
5.0 Articulation
5.0 Proficiency
5.0 Punctuality

David was extremely helpful and patient as he helped me navigate a particularly difficult MATLAB problem.

Saprabh K. reviews David Meissner
Microsoft Access
Stan G.
5.0 Articulation
5.0 Proficiency
5.0 Punctuality

So far training is going well and I seem to be getting a better understanding of the material covered.

Stan G. reviews Michael Aylesworth
Microsoft Excel
Ginger S.
5.0 Articulation
5.0 Proficiency
5.0 Punctuality

Winderful lesson on Excel Spreadsheets. U learned so much and appreciate Michael’s expertise.

Ginger S. reviews Michael Aylesworth
Physics
Taisha C.
5.0 Articulation
5.0 Proficiency
5.0 Punctuality

Helped a lot with understanding how to tackle physics problems! Overall great explanations!

Taisha C. reviews Michael Aylesworth
Physics
Mark H.
5.0 Articulation
5.0 Proficiency
5.0 Punctuality

David has been consistently an excellent tutor on AP Physics for my daughter. Thank you!

Mark H. reviews David Meissner
Calculus
Sonya H.
5.0 Articulation
5.0 Proficiency
5.0 Punctuality

David is doing a great job. My HSer already has a better approach to learning Calculus

Sonya H. reviews David Meissner
Microsoft Excel
Mario V.
5.0 Articulation
5.0 Proficiency
5.0 Punctuality

My son likes working with them it feels like hes understanding the subject better

Mario V. reviews David Meissner