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53 Tutors

Adam G

Seattle, Online Tutor
Graduated (Master's Degree)
Philosophy, English
New Tutor
Accepting Students
Adam can meet: Redmond, Seattle, Bellevue
Hey I'm Adam! Here's a brief summary of my academic, professional, and tutoring experience: * M.A. in Analytic Philosophy from Northern Illinois University (2014) * B.A. in English from Iowa State University (2009) * Pursuing additional Computer Science graduate work through Stanford University's SCPD Extension program (2018+) * Pursuing additional Data Science graduate work through UC Berkeley's Extension program (2018+) Summary: Northern Illinois University was a top-ranked graduate program in philosophy. GRE scores are still near perfect for entrance and acceptance was roughly 13/375+ applicants (common for philosophy graduate school). Like whoa. My interests are mostly in Mathematical Logic, Formal Grammar, and Computer Science. Some scholarships, conferences and publications in Poetry, Philosophy, Math, Software Engineering, and Computer Science here and there (also very happy to help mentor or tutor to prep for publication and conferences too). I'm happy to supply so...

Margaret R

Boulder Tutor
Graduate Student
Aerospace Engineering
New Tutor
Accepting Students
Margaret can meet: CU-Boulder Campus, Boulder (or within 10 mile radius), Longmont, Nederland
Was a TA for a intro level aerospace graduate course of 76 students, assisting students with understanding the fundamentals (primarily the math, aerospace and coding basis required) in order to master higher level concepts. ...

Nicholas B

Seattle, Online Tutor
Undergraduate Student
Computer Engineering
New Tutor
Accepting Students
Nicholas can meet: UW Seattle Campus
Undergraduate tutor at the University of Washington in Mathematics for 2 years. Completed all relevant mathematics coursework with a 3.95 G.P.A. as well as tutored introductory calculus courses with students coming from a variety of backgrounds. Passionate about helping others learn mathematics and get to where they want to be with their academic goals. Tutor in person as well as online using google hangouts and other online tools. Available to help tutor introductory physics as well, completed all introductory physics coursework with a 4.0 G.P.A. and much experience helping to effectively teach physics in a variety of ways as well (visual, algebraic, conceptual etc.)....

Liz M

Seattle Tutor
Graduated (Bachelor's Degree)
Biology
New Tutor
Accepting Students
Liz can meet: North Seattle, University of Washington Campus
Liz graduated in May 2018 from Bard College with a degree in Biology (3.9 GPA). She plans to pursue a PhD in marine biology, and is currently working as a lab assistant at the University of Washington Department of Oceanography. At Bard, Liz tutored for two years through the Bard Learning Commons. As a writing tutor, she worked over the course of semesters with students in biology classes to develop their scientific writing through lab reports and research papers. Her training involved a semester-long course on writing pedagogy and tutoring theory, covering strategies to tutor a wide range of subjects, as well as practical tutoring experience. She also held weekly hours to help students with course work in a variety of biology classes. Additionally, Liz has experience teaching science to students in high school, middle school, and elementary school through a job as a science outreach coordinator at the Bard Center for Civic Engagement. Liz's tutoring philosophy involves working w...

Spencer S

Denver, Online Tutor
Graduated (Bachelor's Degree)
Biology and Chemistry
New Tutor
Accepting Students
Spencer can meet: Anywhere in the Denver Metro area including Boulder if necessary
Graduated from MSUD with Bachelors in both Biology and Chemistry, Spencer has been a STEM tutor for undergraduate students since March '16 and a Teaching Assistant for Anatomy and Physiology I, II, and Advanced since August '15. Spencer believes that a multidiscipline approach is the best method for learning, especially in the disciplines of Biology and Chemistry. Spencer additionally has training in learning-psychology techniques in order to cater the type of material to the method that works most efficiently in learning it. Spencer has coached numerous students through advanced chemistry and biology courses to getting a high grade they did not think they were capable of....

Kylie R

Fort Collins Tutor
Undergraduate Student
Biomedical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering
New Tutor
Accepting Students
Kylie can meet: Colorado State University Campus, Downtown Fort Collins, Campus West Fort Collins
Kylie is a 5th-year student at Colorado State University. She is participating in a 5-year dual degree program, majoring in both Biomedical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. Due to these majors, Kylie has a strong mathematics and scientific background. With experience teaching to all ages, she is happy to tutor Algebra and Biology for both college and high school students. ...

Tyler W

Fort Collins Tutor
Undergraduate Student
Chemical and Biological Engineering
New Tutor
Accepting Students
Tyler can meet: Colorado State University Campus
Tyler is currently a junior at Colorado State University pursuing his B.S. in Chemical and Biological Engineering. Demonstrating a strong understanding of mathematics, he completed the calculus series and differential equations earning an A in each course. He has one year of private tutoring experience teaching calculus I for the physical, biological, and management sciences. Tyler is very familiar with CSU's math program and has developed a variety of example problems that are related to common exam questions and homework problems. ...

Samantha M

Boulder Tutor
Graduate Student
Political Science
New Tutor
Accepting Students
Samantha can meet: CU-Boulder Campus
Samantha is a Ph.D candidate in Political Science. She has been a teaching assistant for several Political Science courses, and is currently teaching her own class. She received her Bachelor's Degree in 2013 in Political Science, and her Master's Degree in the same area in 2017. As a graduate student, her areas of expertise are in International Relations, Comparative Politics, and statistical methodology. ...

Matt L

Online Tutor
Graduated (Bachelor's Degree)
Applied Mathematics
New Tutor
Accepting Students
Matt can meet: Online
The art of solving problems extends beyond mathematics. While you may never directly apply a theorem from mathematics in your career, life is full of problems to be solved. In addition to the mathematical techniques necessary for your particular course, Matt strive's to teach the general method of problem solving--a valuable, life-long skill that you will utilize long after you forget the fundamental theorem of calculus. The challenges of math apply directly to the challenges of life. Matt has success applying this approach to a diverse set of students, from high school to college and adult learners. One of the benefits of this approach is that it naturally adapts to different student's styles of learning. When a particular method for a problem does not work for you, Matt teaches you how to find a method that does. He tries to avoid memorization. For any math course, there are some things that you just have to know, but much of the content may be quickly deduced from some core pr...

Sydney J

Fort Collins, Online Tutor
Undergraduate Student
English
New Tutor
No Longer Accepting Students
Sydney can meet: Online, CSU Campus, Old Town Fort Collins
Sydney's tutoring experience from high school includes teaching her peers from multiple grade levels in British Literature, American Literature, Algebra 1 & 2, some European History, and Latin. She graduated high school with a 3.5 GPA and has achieved a spot on the Dean's List by the end of her freshman year at Colorado State University. Sydney is available to tutor or give general advice for a few CSU courses such as PSY 100, SPCM 200, NR130, E277, and E240. For online tutoring, she is available to use Skype, Google Hangouts, or FaceTime in order to connect with students....