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...I have also had the opportunity to tutor science and mathematics privately, as well. I believe that with the combination of high expectations and strong support, students can reach their maximum potential. I truly enjoy helping students do their best work and I pride myself in creating a learning environment where this can take place.

...I have a degree in mathematics. This includes many classes more advanced than Algebra 2, including a class simply called Advanced Algebra (where we learned to prove the theorems given in a high school algebra class). Furthermore, over the years, I have worked with students taking pre-algebra, algebra, and calculus. I have bachelor's degree in mathematics from Rutgers University.

...I then changed my career and became a teacher. I currently teach high school level math, chemistry and **physics** at a private school. I love to teach and help people understand challenging material.

...My tutoring focuses on a solid understanding of the material and a consistent and methodical approach to problem-solving, with special attention paid to a good foundation in mathematical methods. I am a native German-speaker, and have been working for several years as a German-to-English translator. I can help German language students with writing, grammar, pronunciation and conversation.

...I have also taught probability and statistics and **physics** for the last 15 years. During my tenure as a professor, I have learned that just because you know a subject does not mean you can teach a subject. Well, teaching is my gift.

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