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Nick M.

Adaptable Mathematics / Economics Tutor Specializing in Algebra

Adaptable Mathematics / Economics Tutor Specializing in Algebra

$25/hour

  • 62 hours tutoring

About Nick


Bio

I went to Woodinville High School while doing Running Start as Cascadia Community College and graduated from Seattle University with a Bachelor's degree in Business Economics and a minor in Mathematics. I had many different kinds of teachers and learned several creative approaches to different subjects that made the material from each lesson enjoyable. I hope to follow the examples of these professional educators I admired and tailor each tutoring experience to what the student needs to...

I went to Woodinville High School while doing Running Start as Cascadia Community College and graduated from Seattle University with a Bachelor's degree in Business Economics and a minor in Mathematics. I had many different kinds of teachers and learned several creative approaches to different subjects that made the material from each lesson enjoyable. I hope to follow the examples of these professional educators I admired and tailor each tutoring experience to what the student needs to better their education.

My tutoring experience has been limited, but rewarding. I began tutoring in middle school with elementary students needing help with reading and mathematics. When I was in high school, I was too busy to privately tutor, but I was very forward in helping my classmates with subjects I was excelling in: Mathematics (Algebra, Trigonometry, Precalculus,), Economics (Macroeconomics, Microeconomics). When I went to college, I continued to assist classmates by forming study groups and providing insight with courses I passed.

I want to help the students I work with to achieve their immediate goals and to assist them with a better understanding of the material they're struggling with. Whether a student needs an extra hand with improving their grades, a sounding board to ensure they're understanding the material, or assistance with their homework (or upcoming tests) I'm more than happy to help. I'm easy to reach and have flexible hours for scheduling and availability. Feel free to contact me for any questions you may have or if you'd like to schedule a lesson. I look forward to hearing from you!


Education

Seattle University
Business Economics

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  • Hourly Rate: $25
  • Rate details: $20/hour per student in a group session.
  • Lesson cancellation: 8 hours notice required
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Subjects

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I’m a college graduate with a Bachelor’s in Business Economics with a minor in Mathematics. I’ve helped tutor kids, teens, and college students in various levels of mathematics. Algebra is an important foundation for subjects like math, science, logic, finance, business, and is the key when it comes to the math section for the PSAT’s and SAT’s. Algebra isn’t taught just one way, so I do my best to work with each student in order to find what is the best method for them to grasp the subject matter.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I tutored Algebra and Trigonometry when I was in high school and college. Since then, I’ve made the decision to either become a professional tutor or a mathematics teacher. I enjoy finding multiple methods to convey Algebra for those who learn in different ways. I believe Algebra is the foundation of mathematics and by learning it, you can find new applications and ways to address problems in the future.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I've worked with multiple students in assisting them with understanding prealgebra. The curriculum for mathematics at the prealgebra stage usually entails lots of different terms, new ideas, and formulas that don't always make sense. This is the stepping stone into algebra (the foundation of mathematics) and the start to using your mind to problem solve in new ways that will be beneficial to your future. My goal is to take the stress out of this subject and work to build a foundation of understanding by utilizing visual learning methods or real-life scenarios. Once the student finds comfort in the subject, their confidence can build, and math becomes far less chaotic and scary.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

I graduated from Seattle University with a Bachelors in Business Economics and a minor in Mathematics. When I took Precalculus in high school, I was in the honors class with top marks on all my exams. This is the subject that takes algebra and trigonometry and leads into the realm of calculus. My goal is to patiently help the student understand the subject matter while giving them a safe space to help them not get overwhelmed by the abstract formulas being introduced.
SAT Math

SAT Math

Mathematics is meant to teach us how to find solutions to problems through a multitude of methods. The SAT Math section is a score out of 800 meant to provide multiple choice questions that test a person's ability to find as many correct solutions to problems in a limited amount of time. My goal is to help a student find their strengths, improve their weaknesses, and to provide tips/tricks to solve problems in easier/faster ways.

Math

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I’m a college graduate with a Bachelor’s in Business Economics with a minor in Mathematics. I’ve helped tutor kids, teens, and college students in various levels of mathematics. Algebra is an important foundation for subjects like math, science, logic, finance, business, and is the key when it comes to the math section for the PSAT’s and SAT’s. Algebra isn’t taught just one way, so I do my best to work with each student in order to find what is the best method for them to grasp the subject matter.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I tutored Algebra and Trigonometry when I was in high school and college. Since then, I’ve made the decision to either become a professional tutor or a mathematics teacher. I enjoy finding multiple methods to convey Algebra for those who learn in different ways. I believe Algebra is the foundation of mathematics and by learning it, you can find new applications and ways to address problems in the future.
Logic,

Logic

I spent time going to Running Start in high school taking several mathematics courses including logic, game theory, and applied mathematics. When I began my college career, I was a mathematics major. A few of my courses dealt with logic, set theory, and probability. Logic went far beyond the mathematical and was further used in philosophy, theology, and even art. Understanding logic can help anyone with understanding how we're taught to think, working through the rhetoric of legal contracts, and comprehending what theoretical physicists and mathematicians are using to try and make our lives easier.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I've worked with multiple students in assisting them with understanding prealgebra. The curriculum for mathematics at the prealgebra stage usually entails lots of different terms, new ideas, and formulas that don't always make sense. This is the stepping stone into algebra (the foundation of mathematics) and the start to using your mind to problem solve in new ways that will be beneficial to your future. My goal is to take the stress out of this subject and work to build a foundation of understanding by utilizing visual learning methods or real-life scenarios. Once the student finds comfort in the subject, their confidence can build, and math becomes far less chaotic and scary.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

I graduated from Seattle University with a Bachelors in Business Economics and a minor in Mathematics. When I took Precalculus in high school, I was in the honors class with top marks on all my exams. This is the subject that takes algebra and trigonometry and leads into the realm of calculus. My goal is to patiently help the student understand the subject matter while giving them a safe space to help them not get overwhelmed by the abstract formulas being introduced.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

Mathematics is meant to teach us how to find solutions to problems through a multitude of methods. The SAT Math section is a score out of 800 meant to provide multiple choice questions that test a person's ability to find as many correct solutions to problems in a limited amount of time. My goal is to help a student find their strengths, improve their weaknesses, and to provide tips/tricks to solve problems in easier/faster ways.
ACT Math, Trigonometry

Most Popular

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I’m a college graduate with a Bachelor’s in Business Economics with a minor in Mathematics. I’ve helped tutor kids, teens, and college students in various levels of mathematics. Algebra is an important foundation for subjects like math, science, logic, finance, business, and is the key when it comes to the math section for the PSAT’s and SAT’s. Algebra isn’t taught just one way, so I do my best to work with each student in order to find what is the best method for them to grasp the subject matter.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I tutored Algebra and Trigonometry when I was in high school and college. Since then, I’ve made the decision to either become a professional tutor or a mathematics teacher. I enjoy finding multiple methods to convey Algebra for those who learn in different ways. I believe Algebra is the foundation of mathematics and by learning it, you can find new applications and ways to address problems in the future.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I've worked with multiple students in assisting them with understanding prealgebra. The curriculum for mathematics at the prealgebra stage usually entails lots of different terms, new ideas, and formulas that don't always make sense. This is the stepping stone into algebra (the foundation of mathematics) and the start to using your mind to problem solve in new ways that will be beneficial to your future. My goal is to take the stress out of this subject and work to build a foundation of understanding by utilizing visual learning methods or real-life scenarios. Once the student finds comfort in the subject, their confidence can build, and math becomes far less chaotic and scary.
Precalculus

Precalculus

I graduated from Seattle University with a Bachelors in Business Economics and a minor in Mathematics. When I took Precalculus in high school, I was in the honors class with top marks on all my exams. This is the subject that takes algebra and trigonometry and leads into the realm of calculus. My goal is to patiently help the student understand the subject matter while giving them a safe space to help them not get overwhelmed by the abstract formulas being introduced.

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I’m a college graduate with a Bachelor’s in Business Economics with a minor in Mathematics. I’ve helped tutor kids, teens, and college students in various levels of mathematics. Algebra is an important foundation for subjects like math, science, logic, finance, business, and is the key when it comes to the math section for the PSAT’s and SAT’s. Algebra isn’t taught just one way, so I do my best to work with each student in order to find what is the best method for them to grasp the subject matter.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I tutored Algebra and Trigonometry when I was in high school and college. Since then, I’ve made the decision to either become a professional tutor or a mathematics teacher. I enjoy finding multiple methods to convey Algebra for those who learn in different ways. I believe Algebra is the foundation of mathematics and by learning it, you can find new applications and ways to address problems in the future.
SAT Math

SAT Math

Mathematics is meant to teach us how to find solutions to problems through a multitude of methods. The SAT Math section is a score out of 800 meant to provide multiple choice questions that test a person's ability to find as many correct solutions to problems in a limited amount of time. My goal is to help a student find their strengths, improve their weaknesses, and to provide tips/tricks to solve problems in easier/faster ways.

Test Preparation

SAT Math,

SAT Math

Mathematics is meant to teach us how to find solutions to problems through a multitude of methods. The SAT Math section is a score out of 800 meant to provide multiple choice questions that test a person's ability to find as many correct solutions to problems in a limited amount of time. My goal is to help a student find their strengths, improve their weaknesses, and to provide tips/tricks to solve problems in easier/faster ways.
ACT Math

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Great tutor learning a lot.

Nick has been very instrumental in changing my grade level and outcome in my class. He has really connected with me in my understanding of the subject and shows great interest in my achieving greatness in this tough class.

Barry, 8 lessons with Nick

prepared for the material and very patient

He reviewed the material beforehand and looked for easier ways to explain the material! The connection was cutting through on my end but was very patient to go through the lesson!

Camila, 3 lessons with Nick

Knowledgeable tutor

Nick is a very good tutor, he has been working with my son on math, and sometimes other subjects, for a little over a year, I wouldn't trade him for anyone!! He is very knowledgeable and very patient, he explains things in a simple language that my son actually understands. I was having a really hard time understanding and explaining math to my son, so Nick has been a Godsend for me. He really is an outstanding tutor!

Olga , 5 lessons with Nick

Awesome teacher

My son appreciates Nick’s patience and willing to help him learn. Nick is very good for my visual learner. Flexible with meeting times.

Alayne, 8 lessons with Nick
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$25/hour

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Response time: 3 hours