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After graduating from UC Berkeley in 1991, I moved to Italy and discovered that I had an affinity and talent for teaching. Two years later, I founded the first of my three English schools in Rome and over the next 13 years I personally taught thousands of students of all levels in classes, taught h...

...In addition to my two years of math at Harvey Mudd, I also completed an entire year of college physics and a semester of college biology, all while enrolled in high school! My record of academic achievement proves that I have the knowledge your student needs to succeed in school. But I consider success at school to be more than mere learning by rote.

I have been teaching middle school math - pre-algebra, algebra, and geometry for 6th through 8th graders - for over 10 years and have been private tutoring for 4 years in the same subjects. I graduated from UC Berkeley with a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics.I have been teaching middle school math -...

Hi, my name is Sarah! I just graduated high school and am greatly looking forward to attending Caltech this fall. I've always loved tutoring, and have been tutoring since I was a sophomore in high school.

...Precalculus brings together several years worth of mathematical training and then adds even more. Greater mastery of rational functions and trigonometry is required, and then comes matrices and complex systems of equations. I am able to alert students of the core concepts that they need to know to succeed, making a massive heap of information more manageable and easy to understand.

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