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...I was lucky with my math teachers who taught me to be confident, love mathematics, win all my math contests and Olympiads at school, and enter the University. I completed my master's degree in engineering and worked as an engineer-designer at Institute of Mathematics at Academy of Science before...

...It's important for younger students to develop good habits now because they will need those skills for the rest of their math careers -- I can show you how to do problems correctly! I've taught high school Precalculus five times, so I know the curriculum extremely well. Plus, since I also teach AP Calculus, I know exactly what topics to focus on in preparation for that course next year.

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