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...Although I have been in multiple majors, the one thing that remained constant was my desire to teach. I was a tutor both on a volunteer and paid basis all throughout my college career in an assorted variety of science and math based subjects. During my graduate study I taught a course in aerobics and conditioning and also privately tutored MCAT preparation.

...I also enjoy the fact that as complicated as calculus is mathematically, many of its concepts and theorems are intuitively clear, such as continuity & differentiability, IVT, MVT, extrema, and some infinite series tests. These aid in teaching to students. Although I truly love all math subjects I have studied, in many ways geometry is my favorite high school math subject.

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