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...I have two years of experience of tutoring algebra 1 & 2 and precalculus at a high school, individually and in groups. In addition, I enjoy working with the youth academically especially students in my community. I have two years of experience tutoring algebra 1, 2, and precalculus at a high school, individually and in groups.

...They are able to do the operations on those numbers in monomials and polynomials. They also learn how to solve and graph quadratic equations by factoring, completing the square, or using the quadratic formula, including in the complex numbers. Student knows how to apply these techniques in solving word problems.

...I assign homework after lessons to follow up on key ideas or skills necessary for understanding the material (or tackling how to take the test) and I encourage feedback on things that are or aren't working. I am based in San Ramon and I have a study space available for tutoring students. However, it is no problem for me to travel to another location if that is better for the student.

...Some students may not learn about mitosis through reading two pages worth of material without any diagrams. From my experience as a tutor, hands on learning is essential. If you have anymore questions, feel free to reach out.

...My tutoring is entirely based on student's needs and goals. I strive to help all students reach an proficiency in which I am no longer necessary for them to perform at at level that merits them the grade they desire. I accomplish this through example problems, requesting the student to attempt ...

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