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...I don't just want to teach you how to do a particular problem; I want to help you learn how that piece fits in the bigger picture. Math can be a particularly tricky subject because many students get lost in the abstractness of it. I try to ground it by building from a baseline the student is comfortable with in a tangible way.

...I personally played competitive basketball in California and have successfully coached both of my two younger brothers into becoming division I scholarship players at Cal Berkeley and San Francisco. I have also received the award of coach of the year from the national youth sports (NYS) league i...

...In starting Differential Equations, it is important that certain preparatory topics are also discussed. These topics include graphs, linear function, understanding limits and their property as well well as being able to find these limits both graphically and numerically. It is also important to...

...In high school and college, I have worked in organizations that tutor low income students in STEM fields. I am certified to work with young children, but am experienced in tutoring older children as well. I use these subjects every day of the week as a mechanical engineering student and hope to...

...Prior to that, I have taught Elementary Statistics for 5 years. I truly love teaching Statistics at any level because it is truly a mathematical discipline that can be easily applied to real world situations. As a 12th grade teacher, I have often tutored students about mathematical concepts that they had difficulty with on the SAT.

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