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...I develop exclusive programs for the specific content needs of my students, who have been between 3-68 years old. All my programs are based on authentic materials adjusted to the language level of my students and the range of their interests. I like to use modern technologies and create interactive games to make the process of learning easy and enjoyable for both student and teacher.

...Mathematics and physics are subjects I enjoyed in school and tutored in as well as being a teaching assistant. I have spent thousands of hours working through problems and a great deal of time helping students work through problems as well. I supervised the MPC **math** lab in 2011, helping with **math** and physics and taught physics as a professor at Monterey Peninsula College for one year.

...I specialize in tutoring algebra, geometry, algebra 2, trigonometry, precalculus, and calculus. I can also tutor students for success in the **math** portions of the SAT and GMAT. I can help my students achieve their goals by both focusing on specific areas of weakness as well as covering broad subject areas to provide a more complete knowledge base.

...We start with exhaustive truth tables. I use DeMorgan's theorem for logical equivalents. Then using storage or memory elements, logic finite state machines.

...I am detailed, thorough, organized, fun and patient. I will change approaches to study, if one way doesn't seem effective, as every student is unique and absorbs information differently. I will do whatever I can to help the student grow in his or her understanding of the subject and to incite interest.

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