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...As far as the college general education form of "finite math", I teach the course often at my college. We cover set theory, logic, numerical systems, group theory, and elementary number theory. I have some experience teaching Discrete Mathematics, the advanced form of Finite Math for mathematics and computer science majors.

...Each student is different and the way that they retain information is different. Some students like visual images, while others like to be communicated verbally. I provide the students with vast amount of different problems that will help them understand the material.

...I am confident that my extensive educational background would be a priceless resource to students whom I will tutor in the future. I have started my peer tutoring experience in tenth grade at Germantown Friends School. So far I have helped students with various subjects, including mathematics, physics and chemistry.

...I have recently achieved a perfect 36 ACT Super Score on the April 2016 and October 2015 exams. I am ecstatic about this, but I won't stop until I get that 36 in one sitting! There are 3 things that separate me from other test prep tutors you will find. 1) I take the SAT and ACT at least once ...

...Prepping students for the HSPA for 13 years, I am certainly used to solving discrete math problems. My high school math education experience has also allowed me to experience a variety of discrete mathematics topics. As a mathematics major and tutor at Rider University, it was necessary to understand Discrete Math.

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