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...I am here to help you. Most of my students are from Bellevue, Issaquah, Renton and Lake Washington School districts. Students from neighboring private schools include Forest Ridge (Bellevue), Overlake (Redmond) and Lakeside (Seattle). I have students coming to me from the Kent school districts too.

...While I enjoy learning about many different subjects, I am particularly eager in tutoring students in mathematics; specifically in algebra, **calculus**, geometry, trigonometry, and SAT/ACT mathematics section. I have been enrolled in online GMAT practice courses, in which I have learned strategies ...

...At my high school, two out of three years, I ranked in the top three on the national math test. While in college I did extremely well in subjects in which attention to detail was critical. More than one instructor requested my help in proofreading and editing mathematics or computer science textbooks.

...My Junior and Senior theses compared literature of pre-Christian Scandinavia. I graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in history, considered a "W" degree (as all upper-division courses are required to have a writing or argumentation component). My in-major GPA was 3.95. My GPA in "W" courses was 3.97.

...I have taken lower and upper division linear algebra courses, and as a graduate student at UT Austin, served as teacher's assistant for two upper division linear algebra courses. I have a BA from Berkeley and a Master's from Cambridge, both in mathematics. I have taken courses in symbolic logic at the lower division level, and in mathematical logic at the upper division level.

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