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...I have taught Geometry as a private tutor since 2001. I completed math classes at the university level through Advanced Calculus. This includes two semesters of elementary **calculus**, vector and multi-variable **calculus**, courses in linear algebra, differential equations, analysis, complex variables, number theory, and non-euclidean geometry.

...I have been teaching for over four years now and have some background in private and public tutoring.I earned my M.S. in Computer Science and B.S. in Statistics and minor in Accounting. I love to teach you in learning foreign language as well. I can teach all different subjects such as Tax, Accounting, Math,and Computer.

...Patience and good communication skills with each individual student are key. Equally important is the willingness and ability to adapt methods of explaining a topic until you find one that is right for that student. I enjoy working with students one on one to help them achieve their highest potential.

...I like to work with students in helping them discover and learn as much through their own discovery as possible. I stray away from simply giving out answers, unless of course the question calls for it. I would much rather lead the student to the answer, this is much more valuable and also promotes good life long learning skills.

...My expertise is in Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus and SAT/Act preparations. I am a flexible, enthusiastic, and encouraging tutor. My experience allows me to identify the weak areas of students and then effectively finding ways to explain mostly by relating to real life situations.

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