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University of Washington (Geography)
I started tutoring in 2010, my senior year of high school. I worked with second through ninth graders in our after school Jump Start Program. Primarily, I tutored students in math, however, I also worked with many students on general homework assignments. Upon the start of college I worked at the math tutoring center at Centralia Community College for a year. I also tutored other students, privately, in statistics.
Over time, I began to branch out more and help students in many different subject areas, like history and criminal justice. I enjoyed helping college students that were anywhere from running start high school students to returning to the work force parents. I tutor because it is fun. I really enjoy helping people move forward and achieve their goals. I also love that the I learn the most when I am teaching people.
I began tutoring elementary and middle school math (to prealgebra) in 2010. I have also tutored college students in statistics and math up to algebra 2.
I look foreword to hearing from you and helping you improve in your studies. I started tutoring in 2010, my senior year of high school. I worked with second through ninth graders in our after school Jump Start Program. Primarily, I tutored students in math, however, I also worked with many students on general homework assignments. Upon the start of college I worked at the
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