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I graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. During this time, I was also balancing the life of a Track & Field Student Varsity Athlete and a job, so I am familiar with hard work and having the motivation to succeed. One of my jobs during college was tutoring other students in math.

...I thought it was just memorizing a bunch of algorithms, and it wasn't until I learned more about teaching math that I found my passion for it. Now that I see the "hows" and "whys" behind the mathematics, I developed a love and respect for mathematics. In my experience teaching high school, I ha...

...I have been playing softball since I was seven years old, and still am today at age 24! I would say it is one of my biggest passions. I am confident that I will be able to help your child excel in this sport as I not only love it, but have a thorough knowledge of the rules, techniques, and drills involved.

...I also have completed solving questions on differential calculus in KhanAcademy and precalculus on IXL websites. I have also got the experience by writing the GRE test myself. I have studied linear algebra and have done coursework (equivalent to 4 credits) as part of my Electrical Engineering degree.

...I have taught (as sole instructor) courses in calculus, precalculus, statistics, and basic math. In teaching and tutoring, I have worked with students at many different levels and from a variety of backgrounds. I find tutoring to be the ideal way to teach because the one-on-one contact and instant feedback allows me to focus on exactly what is needed for that student in that moment.

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