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...Online tutoring hours available for late night help, even on short notice--just ask!Before I knew I was going to teach French, I was originally going to become a math teacher. I have had numerous students tell me that I should teach math, as they really enjoy my step-by-step, simple breakdown method. I have helped a lot of people conquer their fear of math.

...Everyone has a different learning style and I try to distinguish my student's style as quickly as possible in order for my tutoring to be rendered effective. For students that learn well through lecture, I show students how to properly work through problems in order to help them render the skill...

...I have worked with many students who have difficulty understanding how to write out proofs using the different shapes and figures. I have also tutored students who have taken advanced courses as well. Geometry uses many properties and theorem to solve problems for angles, lines, triangles, and many more figures.

I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Chicago with emphasis in mathematics. I am a full time Engineer and enjoy tutoring Math. I tutor K-6 math, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Pre-Calculus.

...I have worked with a large number of different types of children with a large variety of socioeconomic backgrounds and have always found a way to help them. There are a number of different ways to teach someone how to study. The best way to do this is to talk to them and see which way they think would work best for them and then try a couple of different styles.

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