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...I use both analytical as well as graphical methods or a combination of the two as needed to cater to each student. Having both an Engineering and Architecture background, I am able to explain difficult concepts to either a left or right-brained student, verbally or with visual representations. ...

...Unfortunately, most students who request tutoring in science have lost confidence in themselves from the shortcomings of the educational system. It is important for me to practice patience, empathy, and positive reinforcement to gain the student's confidence back. I am a recent graduate from th...

...As the oldest math major in my dorm, I go further to help out the younger students. I enjoy tutoring because I enjoy being able to concisely explain the subjects that once took me ages to understand. As a tutor, I work to make sure the student truly understands the material by offering a perspective on the problem set that differs from the teacher's.

I've taught algebra 1, **algebra 2**, geometry, and precalculus at the high school level for six years. In addition, I've completed a BS in electrical engineering, and I am quite knowledgeable of advanced mathematical concepts (linear algebra, calculus, differential equations).
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...Before college, I used to give lectures to my high school math club, and I also have experience tutoring for the A2Z foundation. I am currently a grader for UChicago's Honors Calculus course. This job allows me to see many of the common misconceptions students have about calculus and I can teach while keeping this in mind.

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