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My name is DJ, and I excel in tutoring a variety of math subjects. I graduated from the University of Southern California with a BS degree in chemical engineering and a minor in statistics. My GPA was 3.5, much higher than that in my math classes, including a 4.0 in classes for my statistics minor.

...I feel that because I struggled in high school I have an insight into where students get stuck and I use that to help others. I use examples, the internet, pictures and models to help explain word problems and questions. When I was in high school I struggled with Algebra and Trigonometry, so I had to start from the beginning in college.

...I have taught middle school and high school mathematics. I have taught both accelerated students and students that struggle (and students in between). I know many ways to approach math concepts so that if my first approach does not work, I can find a different way to explain mathematical concepts. Then I will help make connections to what the teacher is saying.

...My work experience as a software architect has allowed me to put these concepts to practical use on a daily basis, so I can relate these skills to you or your child in everyday terms. I enjoy helping others to fully understand and apply a subject, not just memorize concepts. I am a very persona...

...At some point in the past, did you memorize the next sentence you're going to use? Probably not - you know what you want to say, and you construct the sentence or the phrase you need in order to say it. Once you get comfortable with math, it's just like talking ... you just "say" what you need to say, and that's it!

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