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...My true hope is to help each student achieve the love of academics I have and share in the exhilaration of academic success. I excel at finding new and engaging ways to explain difficult concepts to students by focusing on the students' hobbies and passions. I thoroughly enjoy taking the time t...

...I work with children of all ages (K-12) as well as adults; I look forward to meeting new students and helping them understand math since it is a struggle for so many. Parents are always welcome to sit in on any and all sessions until mutual trust is established. All of my tutoring sessions are ...

...I have read and studied several poker books and play professionally at low limits. I completely understand how to calculate pot odds when determining whether or not it is proper to make a bet when you are still waiting for a card on the turn or river to complete a flush or straight. I have been teaching Mechanical Engineering at the college level for 36 years.

...The power of mathematics is part of our shared human inheritance. I also offer tutoring services in algebra 1,2; Pre calculus, calculus, Geometry, Trigonometry and SAT math. My experience in tutoring Maths have led me to compile my own practice sheets in each topic that has helped the students in so many years.

...A particular skill is helping students relate to complex problems using real-world examples. Any tutoring assignment will begin with an evaluation--with the objective of establishing a mutual understanding of where the student needs help. Next, I observe how the student approaches a problem in order to assess where the "sticking points" are.

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