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...I have frequently taught various levels of Calculus during this teaching experience. While I was studying for my master's degree, I also led Calculus Help sessions to help students that came for tutoring. I have also had experience in tutoring various levels of Math at a tutoring center, which included some Calculus.

...Within mathematics, it is the study of valid inferences. Aristotle established logic as a formal discipline, giving it a fundamental place in philosophy. In addition to learning about the history of logic in the study of ancient philosophy, I also studied the practical application of logic and reasoning with several other college courses including Advanced Logic.

...Since I teach upper levels of Algebra, I know what topics in pre-algebra that students need to grasp/understand in order to be successful in the upper levels of Algebra. SAT math includes a lot of Algebra 2 and Geometry, which are the two subjects that I teach. Many students need practice with ...

...I studied for the LSAT on my own and scored in the 99th percentile with a perfect score on the logic games section. This qualified me to work for the top test prep companies, but I choose to tutor privately because I don't believe in teaching "tricks." Instead I focus on comprehension, thinking,...

...I took and excelled in a master's level **geometry** education class and have taught **geometry** for 3 years, 2 at an honors level. Geometry is second nature to me and I love teaching it mainly because I can tie it into our world. With a bachelor's degree in mathematics education and an almost complet...

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