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...I am continuing to tutor because I have greatly enjoyed working and connecting with students, especially when it regarded their math coursework. I believe some of the qualities that make me a great tutor are my patience, creativity, and my ability to be engaging. My patience helps students feel...

...My style uses solid Math teaching and Communication Skills coupled with patience, encouragement and positive reinforcements. I am married and a father of a boy and a girl and enjoy teaching my kids math. Both of my children are ?A? students in accelerated math and a two-time first place winner of math competitions in local high schools.

...I have dozens of creative ways to help students get past their barriers in understanding it. I'm very capable in this subject - proof-based **geometry** requires students to think like mathematicians or lawyers. I already have a mathematicians' intuitions, and I know so many ways to push students to greater understanding.

...Again my specialties are biology, ecology, physical science, pre-algebra, and algebra. I will offer genetics and chemistry tutoring as well. I am open to tutor students who are of the ages 10 to 18.I have two years of tutoring middle school and high school students after I graduated college in various disciplines including Algebra 1.

...I cover in detail exponential, logarithmic, radical and trigonometric ratios and functions, sequences and series, binomial theorem, matrices, etc. I prepare my students for calculus. Once my students understand the concepts, practicing what they've learned is our number one priority.

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