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...I enjoyed helping my classmates with their challenges as math has always been one of my favorite subjects, and I continued to help my classmates during my free time in college. Now I am happy to become a professional tutor so I can help more students. To me, calculus is absolutely amazing and beautiful and is the greatest human invention of all time.

...The CBEST consists of three sections: Reading, Mathematics, and Writing, all of which I teach on a regular basis. Whether you need help in one, two, or all three areas, I can guide you to master the subject matter and ace the test. Working with me will give you confidence you need, we'll have fun learning the material, and we can accomplish your goal quickly.

...I especially enjoy watching a student learn...when the light bulb goes on and the expression on a student's face shows understanding. My style of teaching is to break a problem into smaller parts. I explain each of these smaller parts by teaching a lesson of a particular problem.

...I have completed two courses in Linear Algebra; one being a lower division course focusing on computations, the other an upper division class focusing on proofs. In addition, I have applied linear algebra in building my regression models. Finally, there are many skills I have developed in my ge...

...I emphasize an approach of working through problems collaboratively, from first principles, rather than relying on memorized rules, and have found that this approach results in a better and more relaxed understanding, even to a love of the concepts. I prefer to meet in coffee shops or libraries,...

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