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I discovered a talent for teaching during my time at Cal Poly Pomona as an engineering major. While working towards my graduation as valedictorian and summa cum laude, I found many of my classmates struggling with their assignments. I soon developed a reputation for my ability to walk them through their difficulties.

...I graduated with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Communication Disorders in 2013. Throughout my college years, I tutored various students in the classroom as well as at their home. I tutored Mathematics (PreAlgebra and Algebra I) and English.

...The techniques of both Calculus and Linear Algebra are brought to bear on problems of dynamics -- that is how things move and change with respect to one another. I matriculated into the Doctoral Program in Mathematics at University of Illinois. My coursework includes the following: Calculus, Mu...

...I am a math for computation major at UCLA but I have a lot of experience teaching high school level math courses. I have developed my own system for teaching concepts like the unit circle and trig that stems from my own experience and talking to others about how they think about these topics. As far as my teaching experience goes I've been tutoring my peers for the past four years.

...I taught geometry and honors geometry for several years at the Notre Dame Academy in Los Angeles. I have also home-schooled (Laurel Springs and University of Oklahoma programs) and tutored several students in this subject since 1998 I taught pre-algebra at Mulholland Middle School in Van Nuys. I have also taught pre-algebra for the Johns Hopkins AIIY program for gifted youth.

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