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With my unique background and education, I can work successfully with a wide variety of students who have a wide variety of "issues" with learning math. I understand where the problems are, and how best to get past them and onto a confident path to math success. My undergraduate degree is in mathematics, and I have worked as a computer professional, as well as a math tutor.

...When I teach, I always remember my stumbling blocks when I was exposed to the subject the first time, and feel that 10 out 10 times I will find out the student's stumbling block. I get such joy when I see them (students) overcome their temporary weakness. I also believe in repetition by reopeni...

...I learned Japanese as well, loving it and spending much time on it. I have a bachelor's degree in math and physics, I have tutored math for many students who want to pass college-entrance-examination, SAT math, GMAT and GRE math. I'm passionate and really love to teach students and help them achieve great improvement.

Hi, I've been teaching Math and Physics for a few years for high school and university students. I am interested in making a difference to your life - no matter what your age (adult learners are welcome)! My approach to guiding you would initially involve doing a swot analysis on the subject of in...

...Students that undergo inquiry-based learning are conditioned to the unique thought process necessary in science and math subjects and will be prepared to approach all varieties of problem solving. This style of learning allows my students to comprehend the subject as a whole rather than a topic ...

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