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...I can use this developed knowledge to guide students in their own studies. Hopefully this will also encourage students to consider physics or engineering as a possible career choice as well. I feel that too many people consider physics above their heads, when they could learn and understand it if given enough time and guidance.

...Then I work with them to strengthen those skills. I help them with retention by going over longer more complicated problems. I show them how to study on their own.

...I have been tutoring since high school, and have since taken college level tutoring courses, and received tutoring training and certification. Since a very young age, I had always enjoyed math and always tried to learn as much as much as possible. From high school onward, I have tutored math students of all ages.

...Geometry is one of those courses which seems to be "backwards" from say, an algebra class. Algebra ASKS one to find the answer for an unknown whereas a proof in geometry will PROVIDE the desired answer, but then ask for the "logic" involved in getting to the desired solution. It is my goal to help you cut through the mystique of proofs and arrive at relevant and logical conclusions.

...Having tutored for several years, I am very familiar with the traditional mathematical concepts that schools expect students to learn. Similarly, I have extensive experience with mathematical subjects ranging from basic algebra to university-level differential equations. My time spent in pursuit of a physics degree has provided me with knowledge of a wide range of physical concepts.

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