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...My goal is helping students to appreciate the beauty and power in the logic of mathematics and to apprehend the core aspects of the subject by coming to a genuine understanding of the underlying rules and principals of logic and mathematics. As a current teacher in a public jr. high, and with se...

...My PhD in biology opened me up to how math and science relate to our everyday lives and the world around us. I try to bring that into my tutoring whenever possible and find that understanding the material in the context of the real world can make it much more manageable (and much more fun).I tut...

...In addition to my teaching and peer-tutoring experience, I have taken specialized online courses (on AOPS) and attended math camps meant for math competition preparation. I also scored an 800 on SAT II Mathematics as well as the math section of the SAT I. I scored a single sitting 2390 on the SAT I, with a 790 in SAT Reading.

...I enjoy the one-on-one setting to help identify what a student needs in order to achieve success. Algebra 1, Elementary MathESL/ESOL, English, Public Speaking, Essay WritingI am an easygoing teacher with over 11 years of experience working with students. 7 years of teaching experience and 5 years of tutoring experience. My specialty is connecting with students.

As your tutor, I am thoroughly trained in physics and mathematics. Over the past four years, I have the privilege to tutor many students in the Cupertino School District, and all of them achieved their GPA goals, i.e., became straight A students. All my private SAT students earned 790-800 in math ...

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