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Lynnwood, WA 98036

McKenzey B.

Are You Stuck? Expert Help in Getting Unstuck.

...I believe that working in a comfortable, isolated work environment works best for learning better than leaning over laptops in a coffee shop. I work out of my home office on state-of-the-art fast computers with current software and large screens. You also have... read more

Microsoft Excel, general computer, Microsoft Word | 10+ other subjects

Loma Linda, CA 92354

Steven S.

Math, Physics, AP, MCAT, GRE

The reason I like teaching is because I love to learn. My major in college was in physics which happens to be one of my favorite subjects. For three years in college I tutored students taking general physics, many of them pre-med students who would later take the... read more

Microsoft Excel, general computer, Microsoft Word | 10+ other subjects

Schenectady, NY 12304

Mark A.

Electrical Engineering topics and Web / Photography related areas

...I am primarily looking to provide my services to those already out of school who are looking to extend their skills or who have specific challenges to solve. My clients include those who have been exposed to various computer skills but may not have had a structured... read more

Microsoft Excel, general computer, Microsoft Word | 10+ other subjects

Encinitas, CA 92024

Rebecca Anne C.

Algebra, Geometry, AP US & European History, English, ESL

...I've loved the study of words since I was a child and was encouraged by my teachers to study Latin and Greek and other languages. This background has allowed me to understand the history, composition, and use of words. I can show students how to make sense of unfamiliar... read more

photography | 10+ other subjects

Austin, TX 78744

Brandon V.

Mathematical Muscle. I'll Be Your Personal Trainer

...An arithmetic sequence is when the each term is obtained from the preceding one by adding a certain amount and a geometric sequence is when each term is obtained from the preceding one by multiplying by a certain amount. For instance, 1/2 + 1/4 + 1/8 + 1/16 + .... read more

general computer | 10+ other subjects

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