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...Students need to feel comfortable with a tutor, so establishing a rapport with students is my primary objective, because goals beyond that otherwise can't be achieved. Having overcome many of the obstacles that students typically face, I'm able to present the material in a simplified fashion usi...

...I specialize mainly in teaching high school students, but I also have experience teaching middle school-aged students. In addition I attended the 2013 Circe Conference in Baltimore, Maryland, aimed at training educators in the classical model. In my tutoring style, I allow my students the opportunity to correct their own mistakes.

...I have loved math as much as children since I was a young boy. However, I became an electrical engineer after graduated the University of Maryland in this country about 13 years ago and I always apply math to my engineering projects. I love my work, I love math, and I love teaching.

...While I have mostly taught all levels of calculus and statistics, I can also teach college algebra and pre-calculus as well as contemporary math. My background is in engineering and business, so I use an applied math approach to teaching. I find knowing why the math is important goes a long way towards helping students retain information.

...She began to realize how when you take the one handed limit, you evaluate from one side but the regular limit is evaluated from both sides simultaneously. Both students were able to repair their grades and better understand the mathematical concepts. I love sports and spending time with my friends.

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