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Hello, My name is Lauryn and I am a recent graduate from Oklahoma State University. I graduated with a degree in Liberal Studies with an emphasis in mathematics and psychology - a strange combination, but a fun one. I love math, but, even more importantly, love helping others develop a better understanding of mathematics.

...Radical Expressions, Radical Equations, and the Quadratic Formula ? Simplify radical expressions. ? Perform operations with radical expressions. ? Solve radical equations. ? Solve a quadratic equation using the quadratic formula. ? Determine the number of solutions for a quadratic equation by...

...When tutoring, I always make sure that I explain every detail clearly and specifically, even the small details that seem like they don't matter. I also create problems based on the areas that the individual needs the most help and help to strengthen their knowledge. I move at a pace where the individual can learn and retain the information for further use.

...I've worked with special education students ADHD, ADD for the past 16 years. I have been specifically trained in ADHD, ADD in Dallas ISD, Killeen ISD, university of north Texas reading lab and Plano ISD. I have also had 150 professional development hours in the specific area of ADHD and ADD.

...I'm an actuary by profession which means I really know math. I like tutoring more than teaching because you know right away if the student understands what your discussing; you don't have to wait until you're grading a test to find out. This way I can adjust immediately as to whether to go on to the next thing or say something differently about the current problem.

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