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...I have a strong background in linear algebra and differential equations. I have a Masters in mathematics and a PhD in economics which requires a good understanding of both topics. I understand both the theoretical basis and practical application of both subjects.

...My grades in writing there are always A level. I have a way of explaining things clearly, which helps when speaking with a student with English as a second language. Because I have owned and operated college preparatory schools for several years, I have been able to accept and help students with ADD and ADHD.

...In addition to several years teaching at UC Berkeley, I have privately tutored for the following tests: SSAT, ACT, SAT, LSAT, and GRE. I have also worked with clients on reading and writing skills, aided students with college and graduate school applications, and I have done work with youth (hig...

...U and wrote a few sections for a Calculus textbook. I myself have several advanced graduate analysis course on top of 4 Calculus courses, including Real and Complex variables, Measure Theory, Differential Geometry. I have several recent Geometry students (HS or middle school) using the Holt, Glencoe or Jurgensen textbook.

...This always surprised the playmates' parents, they could not believe that the homework was finished or at least halfway done when they came to pick up their children. I helped them to learn the material by turning it into some kind of game and then watched them do their homework. When one of them made a mistake I helped them to figure out their mistake and then correct it by themselves.

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