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...I tutored my two kids since they were in elementary school. I worked with them on my specialties, math and physics, all the way through high school. As a result, they were able to fully understand these concepts and excelled in the classroom and in their extracurricular activities, both earning a 4.0 GPA and top percentile standardized test scores.

...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 hold bachelors degree in pure mathematics, having studied extensively the proofs and theories behind Geometry. I have also taught Geometry in the classroom in a rigorous and challenging prep school environment. As someone with several years of experience teaching Algebra 1 as a course, I understand the importance of pre algebra in preparing students for this critical course.

...I am strongest in chemistry as it is my major. I took AP Chemistry in high school -- scoring a 5 and 800 on subject SAT -- and fell in love with the subject. At Cal, I have A's in general chemistry and organic chemistry and would love to teach other students!

...I also find real-world applications for the Calculus concepts so students see how relevant math is in their lives. When I teach math concepts such as Geometry, I try to make it more engaging for the student by connecting the math concepts to other subjects. Some students relate more to the language of math so I'll discuss the etymology of unique math terms.

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