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...Additionally, I have years of training experience, which allows me to effectively share my knowledge with others. I earned my Bachelor of Science with a Minor in Business Administration, with honors, while working 25 hours per week. I also graduated at the top of my class from a first tier Law School while working part time.

...I have been able to support these students in a variety of ways including bringing in additional problems from my classroom or by just walking them through the steps of problems. The key to Geometry is building off of the beginning concepts and applying these same concepts to the more difficult ...

...My hours are very flexible, and I can accommodate your schedule: afternoons, evenings, and/or weekends that work for you. I also will provide negotiated discounts for sessions/time spent over the phone/internet. This can be particularly productive for writing, math or science assignments to be ...

...Prior to beginning Calculus, I review the student's understanding of geometry, advanced algebra, polynomials, and trigonometry. We then move to: 1. the derivative and applications involving the derivative 2. the integral and applications involving the integral 3. exponential and logarithmic fun...

...Additionally, I played soccer for 15 years growing up - including two years on a varsity college women's team. In addition to a high score on the ACT - including the math section. I have years of experience using the math covered on the ACT in real world applications, and have tutored 4 young women in achieving higher scores on the math section of the ACT.

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