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...My knowledge of the material allows me to explain the information simply yet adequately using basic principles. Students can then be led to build upon these basics to arrive at more complex conclusions. I genuinely enjoy teaching these subjects and enjoy seeing others learn it as well.

I am a thorough, patient, results-oriented tutor with 10 years of experience tutoring students of all ages in reading, writing, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, **precalculus**, and calculus. I am enthusiastic about math and go above and beyond to help students reach their goals. I also tutor students...

...I have a large range of teaching experience from very young to adult. I enjoy teaching and am considered to have a caring approach and I try to make sure that learning takes place in a relaxed but studious situation. I enjoy working one-on-one with students and helping them to understand a particular concept or process needed to solve a problem.

I have been teaching for the last ten years. I would love to work one-on-one with students that really need my help. This way I can give them all the time and attention they need. I have a bachelors degree in Math education and love making math fun and easy to understand.

...As a long-time mathematics student, I am extremely familiar with using logical concepts in writing proofs and explaining them to others. However, I am also very familiar with applying logic to other subjects as well. For example, last year one of my coworkers at MIT was studying for the LSAT, and I tutored her in the logical reasoning section of the test.

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