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...I am very good at actively encouraging and motivating the student to push through being "stuck". In terms of my own education, I've been through a lot of school! I earned my first Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University in 2002, and a second when I graduated Cum Laude in Biology from Millersville University in 2009.

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...I have taught **calculus** as a private tutor since 2001. As an undergraduate, I took three semesters of elementary **calculus**, which included two semesters of single variable **calculus** and one semester of multivariable **calculus**. I also took two upper division courses in analysis and advanced **calculus**, which covered the more rigorous underpinnings of single variable **calculus**.

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