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...I am now an anatomy professor at my Alma mater. My expertise is condensing the information and helping my students understand what it all means and why it is important. I took physiology in undergraduate school and then again in medical school.

...I have been an instructor for courses on mathematical logic. I have used MATLAB and Simulink for the last 7 years to model and test control system design. My MATLAB experience draws on my experience with numerical methods and applied mathematics experience (linear algebra, computational complex...

...I am patient and fun-loving (even though for some math is boring). I will try my best to make math fun, because the more you enjoy something the better you become at it! I get along with pretty much everyone! Thank you for taking the time to consider making me your new tutor!I have a Bachelors degree in Mathematics and am now in the Applied Mathematics PhD program at ASU.

As a high school math teacher, I have experience teaching in group and individual settings. I have been tutoring since 2001 in subjects from 2nd grade math through graduate level college courses. I am teaching until 3:00 Monday through Friday, so I am available after those times.

...With my advanced skills in math, I am able to teach students important concepts that will be crucial in later years. In addition to my high school certifications in math, physics, and chemistry, I have a state certification in middle-school science and completed my student teaching in middle school math and science! I have been playing trumpet for nearly 48 years.

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