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...Every student has different needs so my approach is fluid. Some need homework help, others need a plan to backtrack and review algebra. Some need to see every step in a solution while others just need a little explaining for a concept to make sense.

...He also knows how important test taking techniques and strategies are with the goal to make the student comfortable in the test taking environment. He has numerous worksheets available to cover this topic and desires to really get to the "why" and "how" behind a math question so that the student...

...Most obstacles and confusion that we face are because of a missing piece in this foundation. Let's discover what that is and strengthen it, so that you can be off and running toward success! My professional strengths are in the biological sciences, but I'm happy to work with students in a gener...

...I can effectively tutor the math and logic related questions for the MCAT - I am a former full time high school math teacher and have years of experience with these types of problems. I have an engineering degree from UCLA and have tutored all math through and including Calculus, plus physics and chemistry. I am a full time tutor, this is not a part time endeavor for me.

...I have experience with middle school all the way through adult learning. I am currently a teacher in MCPS teaching Algebra I and Algebra II, but have also taught Geometry and Foundations of Technology. I have a degree in Electrical Engineering which comes in handy helping students work through Common Core math and being able to apply and explain their thinking.

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