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...I completed an undergraduate course in Linear Algebra with an A grade as part of my Master's of Education degree. I tutored linear algebra as part of my experience tutoring. Aware of the strong connection between linear algebra and abstract algebra, as well as how to illuminate it and to view both subjects from the more abstract and the more practical aspects.

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...I am attentive, patient, and will work through each problem until the student feels comfortable and confident enough to work independently. Tutoring is my passion and I look forward to helping you reach your goals.I have degrees in both mathematics and secondary mathematics education. I also hold an MD teaching certificate for secondary mathematics.

I have always taught and truly enjoy teaching and tutoring. I used to teach SAT part-time as an undergraduate and later was a teaching assistant for two semesters. I graduated from University of Maryland, College Park with a B.S. double major in Electrical Engineering and Mathematics, and later a M.S. in Electrical Engineering.

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