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...I'll first see if the student understands the topic in pre**calculus**, and if the student doesn't, then I go over how to go about problems in the topic and key concepts that are needed to approach problems in the topic. I took Trigonometry in my sophomore year in which I received a 96 on the regents. I got an A+ in trigonometry throughout that year.

...I also completed a Massachusetts teaching education program while attending school, fulfilling a full practicum and set of required student teaching. Working internationally, I have also held classes in Seoul, South Korea, teaching chemistry, physics, and **calculus**. Additionally, I have voluntee...

...And since I am in my final year, this experience shows that I have a passion for teaching. I have taught several undergraduate level math courses at Harvard for which I have received teaching awards, as well as tutored some students privately. My area of expertise is **calculus** and probability/statistics.

...I design a uniquely customized curriculum based on each of my student's needs. In doing so, I try to integrate my curriculum with the student's school/college schedule if necessary in order to keeping the student on top of things. If a topic calls for it, I arrange hands-on practical demonstration of theoretical concepts.

...I believe in deep knowledge and understanding and not just following procedures. When we understand why a procedure works, we will be able to remember how to use it, which is why I always start by explaining why and how something works. I believe in going all the way back to where misunderstandings arise, and then building a solid foundation from there.

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