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...I look forward to working with you.I have a Bachelor's in Mathematics. I work at the UT Dallas Math Lab and have been tutoring Calculus students for 3 years. I have a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and have been helping people with Precalculus for 4 years.

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...The ACT math test requires you to answer 60 questions in 60 minutes or less. To be successful you need both math knowledge and reasoning skills. This can be much easier if you: master a few testing strategies; have the ability to recognize a dozen common types of problems given on every ACT; and are comfortable with basic algebra and geometry concepts.

...Usually, the student understands the material straight away and we are able to move on to the next subject. In the case of the student who finds school very, very challenging, I always bring extra practice problems and try to find easier ways of understanding more difficult concepts. Especially in mathematics, there is nothing better than practice.

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