Finding a Seattle math tutor is no easy chore. What do I look for in a tutor? Are you looking for a genius with a long resume of achievements in mathematics who can coach your child through math contests? Or does the tutor need to have expertise in special needs?
As someone who hired a tutor while studying calculus at the University of Washington, I can relate. A brief phone call with a tutor is a great start to get a feel for what the tutor can offer. Meeting in person for a cup of coffee and having your child work on a few problems with the tutor is even better.
Some agencies want you to sign a long term contract. Are you ready to commit to their tutors before spending much time trying it out with them?
I like to give students and parents the flexibility to schedule regular sessions but alter their schedule as needed.
I can provide consistency with a single math tutor each week (myself) and even work over the summer. Although summers in Seattle often mean camps and vacations, some parents want their children to continue working with a math tutor over the summer so they get off to a fast start come fall. I have experience working with students of varying ages and abilities so I have a good sense of how to best use our time to help your child on the right track.
Please call and see if I can help you with your math tutoring needs.
For questions about the test or tutoring, send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call/text 206.999.0666 . I typically respond within 2 hrs.