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I'm a high school **math** teacher. I've taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, 2, Geometry and PreCalculus (at both the Honors and 'regular' levels.) I like helping students to see the 'sense' and logic in **math** and helping them understand things so they don't have to memorize! I tutor algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Precalculus, Calculus (all levels), SAT and ACT test preparation.

...Precalculus introduces the student to analytic geometry and the critical notions of functions, limits, and derivatives. Many types of functions are studied; linear, quadratic, exponential, trigonometric, and others. Additional topics include vectors, polar coordinates, parametric equations, conic sections, and more.

...I have experience tutoring struggling students, high-performing students, and students with special needs. I look forward to helping you succeed regardless of what level you are currently at. I do not tutor more than one student a night so I am not afraid to stay a few extra minutes to make sure you feel comfortable with the material.

...I recently completed a Mathematical Logic course during the Summer 2014 term as a Villanova University Graduate Student. I received an A in the course. The text used in the course was Introduction to Mathematical Logic, Fifth Edition, by Elliot Mendelson.

...I have had two years of teaching experience in the classroom as a lead teacher and many years privately tutoring. I am PATIENT. I understand the importance of letting the student work at his/her own pace and making sure to lead him/her with guiding questions so that there are no misconceptions in their thought process.

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