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...I have worked as a tutor on and off since my freshman year in college (2000), and I have worked as a professional tutor at a tutoring agency since 2012. I have a Bachelors Degree in Spanish, and I am an Engineering student. I am very excited about Math and Science, and usually this rubs off a bit on people around me.

...My method is to teach not only the material on the tests, but also the test-taking process itself. I work with my students on time management, guessing strategies, and overcoming test anxiety. My goal is not for my students to reach 100% comprehension, but to improve their scores as much as possible before the date of their next test.

...I student taught in an Algebra 2/Trigonometry class, teaching 3 sections of it. I have a Bachelor's degree (2010) in mathematics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I took MATH 461 Probability Theory at the U of I and received an A-. I took MATH 463 Stats and Probability 1 and ...

...I am college electrical engineering student who has taken a great amount of very rigorous math courses. I have also achieved a perfect 36 sub score in the math and science sections of the act, and have scored in the 99th percentile overall on the ACT, and would very much like to help to improve ...

...I hold a PhD in mathematics and physics and tutor a lot of high school and college students during the last 10 years. The list of subjects includes various mathematical disciplines, in particular Algebra 2. During the sessions I check whether a student knows the basics of Algebra 2 and explain those algebraic ideas, which a student does not understand.

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