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...Algebra 1 will always be one of my favorites to teach because of the potential applications that stem from much of the rigor behind the materials covered in this course. I taught Algebra 2 a number of years at an international school. This is one of my favorite subjects to teach because it tends to be a "make or break" class for students to either love or hate math.

...My teaching style is question-based, because I want you to be teaching yourself as much as I teach you, to give you the tools to learn independently. I am qualified to tutor students of all ages, but I can be particularly helpful in AP test-taking for high school students. I have devoted my life to science after being inspired by a great elementary school teacher.

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