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...I recently graduated with a degree in Chemical Engineering from MIT, which requires a deep understanding of math. I have tutored students in higher level math courses, such as Calculus; however, I can also help students with pre-algebra as this is one of the main foundations of mathematics. I work with students until they understand the material.

...I feel that, mostly because of the way the system works, many teachers lack expertise outside of their particular grade level and are therefore limited in their capacity to connect one topic to another in a coherent way. If your child has been struggling with common core, I can help with element...

...Once the student sees how it's manageable with each simple step, he or she will gain confidence in their math skills and therefore reducing their anxiety around math. For Chinese: 1. I'm a native speaker and have had 16 years of experience of teaching/tutoring Chinese from young children to adults one-on-one and in small classroom settings. 2.

...I do my best to make our time working together count. And I am extremely good at identifying problem areas and working with students to strengthen them. I have a unique gift for clearly explaining concepts and methods, and outlining step-by-step approaches to problems that greatly aid student understanding.

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