Tutor featured in Seattle Times

Tutor featured in Seattle Times
UW student Jeremy M. was recently featured in the Seattle Times for his work as director of the university's Advanced Robotics organization. Jeremy studies at the Evans School of Public Policy and did his UW undergraduate studies in math and political science. He has tutored since high school and currently helps students with math and physics. Find the article here And be sure to check the entire...
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SAT dates

Looking for upcoming test dates? For late summer/fall 2018, here are the test dates, with regular registration deadline in parentheses: Aug 25 (July 27), Oct 6 (Sept 6), Nov 3 (Oct 5), Dec 1 (Nov 2). Typically our most experienced test prep tutor is booked far in advance but at the moment there is room for one student. Drop us a line if you're interested. [email protected]
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Biology help

Biology help
Taking biology for the first time isn't always the best experience. The topic requires a lot of memorization. With several pre-med students on the team, biology tutoring comes naturally.   Whether it's AP Biology, honors, or standard bio, we can teach you the study techniques that work best for the subject. Sometimes teachers don't explain the context of various concepts or proce...
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Bellevue Private Elementary Schools

Bellevue Private Elementary Schools
Given the terrible state of traffic in the Seattle area, it's always helpful to find a school close to home. Why not create a map-based guide to private schools? On the Seattle Nanny Services blog, I just wrapped up a post called Bellevue Private Elementary Schools . I plugged in all the school's addresses onto a google map and when you click on each marker, you'll see few facts about it. Addition...
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Summer activities

Summer activities
The sun is shining bright and school is nearly out. Parents often ask, What are good activities for kids to stay sharp with academics? There are lots of STEM summer camps these days. The most important thing for STEM related education is that kids find it accessible and exciting. Maybe your child like airplanes--check out the offerings at the Museum of Flight. The Pacific Science Center has always...
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Nannies

Having tutored for over two years now, we've learned a lot of things about supporting parents and their children. One of those things is having the right help. We're constantly scouring the area, recruiting top tutors. We've learned that some of our most cherished tutors happen to be experienced nannies. In fact, their references from their nanny families proved instrumental in revealing the gr...
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Subjects

Subjects
What subjects do we tutor? Math (including statistics), chemistry, biology, physics, test prep and even computer science. If there's something not listed, shoot us a message and I'll see if any of the tutors have expertise to help you. The photo above came from a geometry session. tap to send SMS text message
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A new year, and more options

A new year, and more options
Molly's bad hair day reminds me of Albert Einstein. While we're not all as sharp as the famous physicist, hard work can take you a long ways. When your kids get stuck on a problem, it's important that they find the help they need to push forward. Sometimes that may be from a parent, a teacher, their book, or online. If those options aren't working, we have several new tutors available to hel...
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Does STEM reign supreme?

It's hard to read the papers and not be sold on the importance of education in STEM. So what role does the humanities and social science have in the education of today's students? A new book by George Anders argues that we must not discourage folks from majoring in liberal arts, as these careers sharpen critical thinking skills and help develop skills in a variety of new professions. As someone...
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