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...Classes I taught long-term included prealgebra, algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, and statistics. I currently work in an the actuarial department of a company in Center City, so I am well-versed in both probability and financial mathematics, and can help studen...

...It is the students responsibility to stop me immediately and ask questions if he/she does not understand. It is my responsibility, in response, to answer those questions and find a new way of explaining the problem so he/she does understand it. I believe a student should be able to "talk" mathematics as well as "write" it.

...I can help you stay on track, improve your understanding of the subject, or move beyond your class level with a solid knowledge and subsequent grade improvement. Give yourself the one-on-one attention you deserve for a guaranteed success in one or all of the following key subjects:ACT Math, Alge...

...The English classes included spelling and vocabulary, grammar and composition, and literature. My math classes included basic math, pre-algebra, Algebra 1&2, geometry, trigonometry, business math, pre-calculus, and calculus. While teaching at the school, I worked with kids (both in the clas...

...My public speaking experience began almost 18 years ago, in competitive debate. It involved researching and becoming an advocate for a topic, and delivering a speech detailing my point of view. Later in competitive speaking, I learned to memorize written material (plays, stories) and deliver the material to audiences of all sizes - anywhere from 10-15 people to a large room of 300 people.

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