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...I enjoy tutoring math from Middle School through College specializing in the Algebras, Trigonometry, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus and with special considerations Differential Equations. I will also tutor when the student is preparing to take either the SAT or ACT examination. Tutoring sessions in math are usually 90 minutes and rarely beyond two hours and an hour is the minimum.

...The benefit of this to any math student would be that they will find my patience profuse, my eagerness to clarify its techniques tireless, my ingenuity unparalleled in creating the most illuminating metaphors for its intentions and its practices to those ends. I love mathematics, and while I don...

...Throughout my education, I have gained a background in Chemistry, Physics, and of course Math. Ever since I was young, Math has been one of my favorite subjects and it is evident in my experiences. I have always helped my friends in Math when growing up, whether it be Algebra or Calculus.

...I passionately believe that math is a wonderful subject that all too often intimidates students because of its difficult reputation. With good teaching, math can become not only doable, but also enjoyable. I've been tutoring math for almost ten years, in subjects ranging from elementary math through **calculus**.

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