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...I have experience tutoring math at a community college in Mississippi where I focused on teaching algebra and calculus. I was able to help many students who were struggling in those subjects succeed, and even pass with high As. Through that time, I tutored on an in class setting as well as one-on-one tutoring.

...This year, he is passing, and he just asked me for some extra problems so that he could practice a concept to be sure he had it clear for his next test. I don?t have to remind him of material from earlier in the year anymore, because he remembers it himself. I firmly believe that every individual can, with the right help and explanation, become expert in math.

...I've taken Geometry, Algebra 1, Precalculus, AP Calculus AB and BC (with a 5 on both tests), and Discrete Mathematics over the last four years. I've tutored many groups in math, from 6th graders taking Algebra 1, to a 10th grader struggling to keep up in Precalculus, to my younger sister who was...

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