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...Those problems that appear complicated are just a series of simple concepts woven together. I deconstruct the problem for students so they can understand the simple problems woven in to what "appears" to be a complicated problem. Typically, if math is complicated it's because the method of instruction is complicated.

...You will be able to improve too with practice and a better understanding of the basic concepts. I scored a 770 on the math portion of the SAT despite the fact that I am slow with computation and found studying the subject to be tedious. In pre-algebra, when my teacher suggested that perhaps I needed to study more, I studied through the rest of my text book and skipped her pre-algebra class.

...If your student is struggling, give me a try. I'll show them the easy way to work the problem!! High School Algebra I and College level 0308 and 0310. I have taught college level math for over 10 years, and tutored math for about 13 years.

...I've also successfully helped students with learning disabilities such as dyslexia and ADD. I graduated in 2011 from the University of Houston with a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering. In high school, I enrolled in AP courses, scoring a 5 on the AP Calculus BC exam.

...I am a 4th grade teacher and have specialized in helping struggling readers. My process is to test the student and uncover what skills they have missed that are causing the problems and then I go back to the basics on those specific skills. I use all manner of lesson types including games, songs, manipulatives, iPad and whatever else I can find that works.

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