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Alan tutors in Seattle, WA

Alan R.

Private tutor in Seattle, WA

5Alan R.

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University of Washington, Bachelor of Science in Economics (2007) Passed Second Level of CFA Exam (2011)


I am a private tutor and professor of economics at Seattle University. I also have nearly a decade of experience as a math tutor and SAT instructor for middle and high school students of all levels. During my time as an educator, I have worked with special needs students to overcome their difficulties with basic SAT mathematics and have also tutored some of the most gifted young scholars in the world in fields such as calculus and physics. I currently teach postgraduate finance courses and am also available to tutor in areas such as investment analysis, accounting, economics, and writing. I believe that every student can be a exceptional with the help of the right tutor, and I give all of my students the right combination of convenience, teaching experience, and compassion that every young learner needs. References and resume are gladly provided upon request.


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Up to 20 minutes away at my regular hourly rate


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