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I have tutored Algebra 2 since high school. Having a strong grasp of the subject led me into a excellent understanding of math in college, resulting highest grades in college level math courses. Again my main job was not a tutor during my college years, but whenever there was a chance I tutored Algebra 2, pre-Calculus, and Calculus.

...I also encourage testing theorems before proving them, to see if they are true and to gain intuition. Furthermore, I recommend organizing all of one's proofs in a single place, like a notebook. This strategy creates a resource that has many different examples of proofs, and it also helps teach organizational skills.

...I have taught prealgebra to 6th & 7th graders for 6 years. Understanding is key at this level to have a solid base for upper level math concepts to build on. Therefore, I use manipulatives, various writing methods and work with each students' learning style to help them gain confidence in their work.

...I am well-organized, and I have used this skill to help my students organize themselves academically. Study strategies are another area that I can help students with as I am experienced in teaching ELL students, who need extra support in reading comprehension, memorization strategies, etc. I completed a 100-hour TEFL/TESL certification course from i-to-i in 2009.

...Choosing this lifestyle helped instill a sense of discipline and work ethic that I can help others achieve. I have a minor in mathematics from Texas A&M University. This minor was earned by taking linear algebra as one of my math courses.

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