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...I specialize primarily in math and English. For math, I work primarily with junior high and high school students ranging from pre-Algebra through Algebra II/Trigonometry. I am very verbal which has helped me talk through many of my students fears when it comes to math.

...I have formally taught Geometry in a classroom setting as well as having tutored several students in this subject area. I have formally taught Pre-Algebra in a classroom setting as well as having tutored several students in this subject area even over the phone. I have formally taught Pre-Calculus in a classroom setting as well as having tutored several students in this subject area.

...I am a PhD student in the physical sciences at Caltech and have an in depth understanding of **algebra**. This not only includes expertise in Algebra 2 but more advanced Algebra as well. I have experience tutoring at the high school level and enjoy tutoring kids at this level.

...I also took general chemistry in college and earned an A+ in the class. I have had a real fascination with European history ever since I took AP European History in high school and earned a 5 on the AP exam. I went to Europe twice and took multiple guided tours of historical locations, prompting my desire to major in history at Duke.

...More advanced **algebra** involves quadratic equations, radicals and curvilinear functions. Without a sold base, it's tough stuff. By addressing a few basic concepts -- such as the fact that a quadratic expression can be represented by a rectangular figure -- and making certain that underlying skills are solid, the road ahead can be free of barriers.

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