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...My students score at meets or exceeds expectations on tests and assessments because of their ability to apply math in context. This is why it is so important for my students and I to enjoy the work we are doing. I hold a masters in education, a bachelors in math, and have over 10 years of experience in education as a k-12 tutor and elementary school math teacher.

...During my college career, I studied Applied Mathematics and Statistics, and I minored in Marketing and Management. I've taken a variety of math classes throughout my high school and college career, and I'm familiar with a variety of mathematical topics. With my strong academic performance, I'm qualified to teach several math topics, with an emphasis on statistics and **calculus**.

...As part of my standard work regimen, I regularly utilize Trigonometry in order to complete programming projects. This experience has proven very beneficial to the students that I tutor in Trigonometry. I have a PhD in computer systems engineering.

...Certifications: -Certified Teacher (Sub: K-12, Illinois) -Certified Paraprofessional (Illinois,K-12) -Certified Tutor (Math, American Tutoring Association) I am a U.S. Citizen and resident of Chicago with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Polytechnic Engineering College from India with com...

...I believe this is only part of what makes me a good tutor. My patience, creativity, and my relational attitude help me to engage with students, helping them to feel more comfortable to tackle problems on their own. I try to ask questions that will get students to think and understand concepts on their own, but will reexplain ideas and concepts in different ways if the material is confusing.

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