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...I am confident that I will be able to help your son or daughter. Last year over 80 of my students passed the AP exam in AP Statistics and AP Calculus BC combined. I work full time as an instructional coach, but I am looking to pick up 5 to 6 weekly tutoring jobs in order to pay off the student loans that incurred to obtain my masters degree.

...I am currently a student at University of North Texas pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and an Actuarial Science Certificate. I have always liked math ever since I was in kindergarten and I want to instill my enjoyment of math to others. Currently since I am on my summer break for scho...

...I am fluent in Vietnamese and English (with an American accent) and can speak conversational Spanish.I was a teaching assistant for Linear Algebra at the University of Texas at Dallas for four semesters. As part of my duties, I discussed problems and concepts with my students in the classroom as...

...In the classroom, just as on the baseball field, it is crucial to focus on the process, on learning a subject thoroughly, rather than on the result, like a test score. Yes, the test is important, but it is the learning that precedes it that leads to great test scores. I found the most success learning the subject, not just the test, and I teach in the same way.

...Further, I also have taught beginning algebra at TCC's Northeast Campus for 14 years and have been tutoring algebra students at Texas Wesleyan University since 2012. I have been teaching and tutoring mathematics since 1998. This includes teaching both regular and AP **calculus** at the high school level and Calculus I, II, and III and differential equations at the college level.

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