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...My understanding of the subject is sufficient to tutor students in the bulk of undergraduate-level physics courses. I routinely use the content of precalculus courses in my upper-level math and physics courses. Many of the students I tutor either have questions about this class or require occasional reminders on how to apply this content to their other math and science courses.

...I am a licensed Minister and have preached many times at church. As a teacher, I am able to lead others through Biblical ideas and by asking them questions and teaching them to discover for themselves what the scriptures say. I have taken four semesters Classical Greek at SFA.

...I use an individualized approach to tutoring to assess what the student needs help in and also where their subject interests are to assure they are interested in the lessons. I have done math games, science based lessons, a variety of reading skills, and other strategies to engage my students in the learning process. I have tutored students in handwriting skills before.

...I have a lot of experience with numbers and I aim to bequeath my wards with the confidence to tackle Algebra problems. I have taken the SAT before and scored quite well in Quantitative section (750/800 in the 98th percentile). Many students have a fear of mathematics. I try to help them understand that visualising the problem accurately is half way to the solution.

...Even at my august age, I know the importance of grammar. I taught and tutored Geometry for over 12 years. Once the students got over their fear of Geometry and all the strange terms, it became fun and rewarding.

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