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...I have completed undergraduate and graduate coursework in calculus, linear algebra, differential equations and functional analysis. I have a strong grasp of Algebra, and use in on a daily basis. I have privately tutored students in Algebra 2.

...I love helping students feel confident with their material, whether it be taking a standardized test or mastering a branch of mathematics. I have taken multiple AP classes, including AP Calculus BC, AP Physics 2, AP Physics C, and AP Literature, and have scored high AP test scores on all tests. ...

The passage of knowledge should never be an impersonal process. My best experiences as a student stem from teachers who are ardently passionate about the material and the success of their students: I want to bring the same experience to each and every single one of my students. In my four years at...

Urmil believes that each child has the potential to succeed when their gaps in understanding are identified. I also adapt the best teaching method based on each student's learning needs. Urmil brings years of experience as a math tutor and teacher working with elementary school, middle school, high school and college math students, as well as students who are home schooling.

I am a certified math teacher for grades 6-12. I have tutored since high school and have worked with a diverse group of learners. I have experience tutoring students who struggle academically and also have worked with gifted students wanting an extra challenge through Northwestern University's Center for Talent Development.

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