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...Mathematics, Computer Programming, and physical sciences can seem abstract, intimidating, and confusing. I work with students on the underlying fundamentals to build the skills to solve problems, as well as to understand how the concepts are useful in practical applications. The pillars of my t...

...To this end, my work experience provides an ideal resource that I can draw on to provide a connection between the work in the textbook and ?real-world? problems. I would be pleased to tutor individual or small groups of students who range from middle school to college undergraduates. I look for...

...I have taken math courses, such as Calc (I, II & III), number theory, linear algebra, abstract algebra at Loyola, and completed them with A- or higher. For tutoring, I will provide feed back on how you are progressing from time to time. After tutoring, I will assign some homework for you to work on in order to help you better master what you are learning.

...I also feel it is important to introduce different ways to find solutions to problems and allow the student to choose which one they find works best for them. Another goal extremely important to me, is that I want to equip each student with the necessary tools to be able to discern how to solve ...

...I've been tutoring for about ten years and the majority of my students were there to see me for help with math. I'm particularly well versed in ACT/SAT Math as well as pre-calculus, algebra and trig. I'm a published stem cell biologist with a Master's of Science in Biotechnology.

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