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...I was a pre-med major for 1/2 of college so I have taken Organic Chemistry, Anatomy and Physiology, Psychology and more. I tutored students in reading during college. I enjoy any type of logic puzzles for pleasure and as a tool for teaching.

I have 16 years of experience in teaching mathematics for the grades 11th and 12th. I have master of science in mathematics from a reputed institution in India and posses aBachelor of Education in the same field. I love teaching mathematics.

...The most important aspect of tutoring math is to teach a student how to think critically about math concepts. Once the student understands how to navigate the concepts he or she is required to master, they will be equipped to effectively and efficiently answer any question asked. I have taken multiple **calculus** courses and am qualified to tutor up to second order differential equations.

...Topics include logic, sets, functions, integers, counting, probability, relations, and graphs. I am currently taking my graduate certificate in pure mathematics. I have taught a discrete math course for two years consisting of the same concepts as an undergrad course of the same name to accelerated math students in my current high school.

I am a newly transferred undergraduate mathematics student at the University of Chicago. I previously was in the Marine Corps then sent to the Naval Academy. While at the academy, I did a lot of volunteer tutoring on weekends for local high and middle schools, and I was a tutor or (midshipman group study leader) for other midshipmen at the Naval Academy.

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