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...Whether a student is looking to catch up or get ahead, I ask every person I work with to set their own goals and engage in the process of growing towards those goals. Above all, I believe education always has the potential to help students become better people and better learners. Whether I tutor somebody for a day or a year, I take pleasure in working together with students to grow.

...I don't have a set in stone style or method. I work with students and try different approaches to see what works and what doesn't. I critically examine myself, and constantly strive to improve while learning from past experiences.

I have been tutoring students of all ages since I was in high school. I've always had a natural desire to help others learn. As a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society, I spent much of my actuarial career helping others grasp actuarial concepts and pass actuarial exams.

I completed my B.A. in Finance and B.Sc. in Actuarial Mathematics from the University of Pittsburgh and recently relocated to Chicago. I have 4+ years experience tutoring college level math and have always had a passion for tutoring. My experience includes tutoring 8+ students a semester one-on-one in algebra, precalculus, calculus, and **statistics**.

...Mathematics is a very complex subject to teach, so it must be taught with precision, and I explain it to students at their learning capacity. Mathematics cannot be taught at a fast pace, because, if you do, you've lost your students in the first five minutes. If there's something that students do not understand, reteach it; there's nothing wrong with going over certain parts of the lesson.

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