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My name is James but everyone calls me Jamie. I am a recent graduate from Rowan University with a Bachelors degree in Mathematics. I also have an Associates degree in Engineering Science from Rowan College at Gloucester County (formerly GCC). I have been working full time for a Naval Defense Agency as a systems engineer since June, 2015.

...I completed **math** classes at the university level through advanced calculus. This includes two semesters of elementary calculus, vector and multi-variable calculus, courses in linear algebra, differential equations, analysis, complex variables, number theory, and non-euclidean geometry. I taught Precalculus with a national tutoring chain for five years.

...I am a Princeton University graduate with a degree in Molecular Biology and a passion for teaching. I graduated summa cum laude and scored 2400 on the SAT, 800 on the SAT II Math IIC, 800 on the GRE **math**, and 5 on the AP Calculus BC and Physics B/C exams. I have over 5 years of experience tutor...

...I help them develop a sense of **math**ematical reasoning and teach them a variety of problem solving strategies. Over my years as a teacher I have developed a large portfolio of lessons and activities that engage students and help them understand not only how to do the **math**, but why it works. I am...

...I work at home, so I?m flexible to meet almost any date and time, and I keep my rates low to be accessible. I?m currently tutoring students online in several states. I don?t have a rigid cancellation policy, but would appreciate a call or text.The traditional first stumbling block in Algebra I is the concept of a ?variable?, or representing numbers with symbols such a letters.

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