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...The exams cover topics such as statistics, probability, **calculus**, finance and algebra. I studied mathematics at Metro State University of Denver. I hold a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics, with a Concentration in Probability and Statistics, and a minor in Physics.

...They said my tutoring session enabled them to get a lot of improvements in their fundamental understanding and knowledge. My strong background of tutoring is math related courses such as Trigonometry, Calculus, Algebra, Geometry, Elementary Statistics, Physics, and the like. I usually start from the very simple approach and end up with a very complex one to easily grasp the subject.

...I think that it is important to understand the concepts and applying the concepts consistently (i.e. doing exercise problems and asking questions). I encounter a wide variety of day-to-day physics problems as my work as an engineer. Undergraduate degrees in engineering require both Physics I and...

...Originally I wanted to study Computer Science, and have completed courses for a minor in CS and Mathematics. I eventually changed my plans to teaching English in Japan, and am studying Japanese toward that end. I'm looking to tutoring to gain experience teaching and helping students with academic subjects.

...I like to guide students through the subject first, let them practice next to me and then see how they do on their own. This will assure me that I had made myself clear and that the student has a clear understanding of the subject. I am open to discussion with teachers or parents about the students? progress and coming up with ways to help them reach their maximum potential.

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