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...I have consistently done both paid and unpaid tutorial jobs since high school, through college and even as a professional working with some of my office mates' children. I have recently moved here in US, and while waiting to find a job, I would like to use some of my time to do tutorials as I ha...

...While enjoying the classroom again, I also passed 6 actuarial exams covering Calculus (again), Probability, Applied Statistics, Numerical Methods, and Compound Interest. It's this spectrum of mathematics, from high school through post baccalaureate, which I feel most comfortable tutoring. I also became even more proficient with Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.

...I used to teach an elderly woman and she still thanks me today for helping her pass her mathematics class. My teaching method is basically to first explain how things should be done (the concepts) then I believe in using examples that make the theories or concepts become real to the student. On...

...I evaluate students' learning styles and teach to their individual learning styles as much as possible. In addition to teaching high school mathematics in private and public settings, I teach mathematics at colleges and universities.I have taught and tutored Algebra 1 for several years. I have several years of experience teaching as well as tutoring Algebra 2.

I am a former high school math teacher of 10+ years. I have a strong ability to explain complex topics on a level that is suitable for the students I teach. I try to incorporate various strategies and techniques that best meet the needs of the students.

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