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...With my extensive knowledge of the subject, I believe I am qualified to tutor differential equations. I have done graduate level work in linear algebra, which helps me see the subject from a broader perspective than someone who has only been exposed to undergraduate linear algebra. I have also tutored linear algebra using conceptual and problem-oriented approaches.

...I am looking forward to assisting your student and helping them to achieve their fullest potential this school year. I incorporate a variety of strategies in my instruction-tutoring methods to reach every student. Examples of strategies utilized are direct instruction; helping students work out problems.

...I have worked hard to do well in my college classes and due to this, I have a fairly deep intuition of mathematical subjects. I start by giving students the simple problems that focus on the core of the subject and only after students have a grasp of the topic do I move on to the questions that ...

I lived in China for about 29 years before I came to the U.S. in 1988, pursuing my PhD in Economics. I worked as an engineer in a Chinese research institute for several years. I have done real estate brokerage, stoke brokerage, insurance, and mortgage banking.

...Last year, I was a counselor at the Young Scholars Program, which is a tutoring program run by The University of Chicago to teach math to children in middle school and high school. Before college, I used to give lectures to my high school math club, and I also have experience tutoring for the A2Z foundation. I am currently a grader for UChicago's Honors Calculus course.

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