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...Here I tutored subjects in math up to calculus as well as chemistry. During my last two years at UNLV, I worked as an instructor in the Academic Success Center's Math Bridge program. This program helped incoming freshman and college students that are struggling in math prepare to take a math placement test to help them move forward in school.

...In this they are actively involved in learning and problem solving process, and they, therefore, learn more effectively. I am easygoing, yet firm because I believe the primary objective of the student coming to me is to learn and this should be a painless yet fruitful, even fun venture!What is Algebra 1? To keep it simple, I would say what I do with the student in the subject.

For the past seven years, I have helped hundreds of high school students pass the math AIMs (a high-stake test that includes algebra I & II, geometry I & II) with great success. As a math tutor, I have enjoyed working with state-authorized providers for AIMs on a one-to-one basis as well as small g...

...I went to a major University for 5 years, taking many different classes and learning not only coursework but different approaches in solving problems. This will come in handy if you or your child are having a hard time understanding a concept and hopefully advance them in their field of study. I'm also currently a student at ASU.

I currently serve as the mathematics department chairperson at an area high school. I have been with this school since it opened in 2008. I have been teaching mathematics since 1999 at the secondary level.

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