Chris Morris-Lent at SeattlesBestTutor.com
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His expertise in math is impressive—he knows everything from basic algebra through advanced pre-calculus, and how to best present it. We’ve had the pleasure of getting to find this out by having him teach our entire family (ages 11, 13, 16, and 17), and are anticipating using him as an SAT tutor for our two oldest children this fall and the next.Dec 23, 2019Verified
Chris is an awesome math and SAT tutor! He’s been tutoring our teenage daughter in math, and recently started prepping her for college applications as well. He relates well to teens, and he is great at honing in on whatever she needs help with in math. If you want to make math homework stress-free for you and your student, it’s well worth the money!Sep 26, 2019Verified
Chris has the right idea about math. My lucrative career as an actuary blossomed from a deep understanding of mathematics, a deep understanding that Chris demonstrates consistently. I can remember when math finally ‘clicked’ for me. I remember feeling so much regret at all the wasted time and emotion I had spent struggling in math courses up until that point. It can be so much easier. Anyone considering tutoring should definitely take the plunge. This guy gets it.Oct 9, 2019Verified
Chris is an awesome tutor! He started tutoring our teenage daughter several years ago when she needed a little help with math. He established a great rapport with her, and always was able to hone in quickly on whatever detail she was having trouble with. He also was able to help her increase her SAT scores after just a few sessions, advising her on strategy, etc.. Now he is advising her on her college applications and helping her polish her essays. He's always been flexible about scheduling and easy to work with. I'm very grateful that he has helped our family reduce stress around the whole college application process!Oct 13, 2017Review from Facebook
Chris is an awesome math and SAT tutor! He's been tutoring our teenage daughter for a year in math, and recently started prepping her for the SAT as well. He relates well to teens, and he's great at honing in on whatever she needs help with in math. If you want to make math homework stress-free for you and your student, it's well worth the money!Oct 31, 2015
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I'll spend the first lesson finding out where you are, asking you where you want to be, and working with you to figure out how we can get there together. After that, I can work out an individualized lesson plan tailored to your learning style, goals, preferences, and everything else that makes you you. I consider the quality of my teaching to be the most important part of my brand, and in that vein, I constantly respond to the student, working to shore up deficiencies and magnify strengths.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have ten years of experience tutoring. I continuously review the latest trends in test prep and education and keep in contact with other industry leaders.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I enjoyed it. I've been tutoring since I found I preferred it to a typical summer internship—and could make more money and help more people that way, too. I thought I could serve Seattle better than existing individuals and institutions.