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...In short, I greatly enjoy math and tutoring. I look forward to students being successful and overcoming their own struggles with math. I like to think of myself as a gracious and understanding person.

...Also, I believe math is an amazing subject, and I strive to help others see this as well! I hold myself and my students to a high standard. I strive to keep a positive attitude through any tough situation, and love to encourage others.

...I'm math major, and have been working at Loyola Math Club Tutoring for a year. I love learning math, and I'm more than happy to help you with math on elementary algebra, pre-calculus, calculus, differential equations, etc. I have taken math courses, such as Calc (I, II & III), number theory, linear algebra, abstract algebra at Loyola, and completed them with A- or higher.

...I am also a member of the Illinois Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers. I'm a semi-retired math and science teacher. I use trigonometry a lot when I teach physics at the community college and could show how skills in algebra and physics can be used to solve physics problems.

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