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...Algebra 1 will always be one of my favorites to teach because of the potential applications that stem from much of the rigor behind the materials covered in this course. I taught Algebra 2 a number of years at an international school. This is one of my favorite subjects to teach because it tends to be a "make or break" class for students to either love or hate math.

...They comprise, but not limited in, inequalities, equations, absolute values, and graphs of lines and circles. Students also focus on functions and their graphs. Precalculus introduces to students some of very important functions that they will see very frequently in application problems in sciences, techniques and daily life.

As a student and then a scientist for many years, I have a love of learning that has grown into a wish to teach. My PhD in biology opened me up to how math and science relate to our everyday lives and the world around us. I try to bring that into my tutoring whenever possible and find that underst...

...I strive to help all students reach a proficiency in which I am no longer necessary for them to perform at level that merits them the grade they desire. I accomplish this through example problems, requesting the student to attempt similar problems by his or her self with my supervision, and reco...

...All of my students raise their scores by at least a letter grade. SAT students have raised their scores by over 150 points. ACT scores go up by at least 2-3 pointsI graduated from Stanford with a B.S. in Mathematical & Computational Science in 2006 and Oxford with an M.S. in Financial Economics in 2010.

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