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...While many may find this murkiness uncomfortable, it's the perfect place for my particular skills: equal parts personality and intellect. Though it's a cliche, I really do make learning fun. Before entering the world of education, I worked in the film industry as a professional script reader, in high-tech as a sales writer, and in journalism at The Washington Post.

...This can mean helping students find a book that they actually enjoy and that is at their level. I have previous experience in tutoring students in **math** at both the elementary level and the middle school level. I have taught a summer intervention class in which elementary **math** was taught to middle school students with interrupted education.

...I pass these skills on to my students, giving them a taste of the highest level of music education one can receive. I have a lot of experience working with students all the way from 8-21, having been a tutor/private instructor for over 5 years now. I bring a positive attitude and philosophy of learning that one cannot help but enjoy.

...I have a Master's in Mathematics. I have completed undergraduate and graduate coursework in calculus, linear algebra, differential equations and functional analysis. I have a strong grasp of Algebra, and use in on a daily basis.

...I like to think of myself as a gracious and understanding person. Please reach out to me if you have any questions about anything I can help you with.I have tutored students with their algebra coursework for over a year in a high school setting. Have also studied advanced algebra at the University of Michigan for Mathematics minor.

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