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I have been a private math tutor for over ten(10) years and am a certified secondary math instructor in the state of Texas. I have taught middle and high-school math for over ten (10) years. I am available to travel all over the greater Houston area, including as far south as Pearland, as far north as Spring, as far west as Katy and as far east as the Galena Park/Pasadena area.

...Those problems that appear complicated are just a series of simple concepts woven together. I deconstruct the problem for students so they can understand the simple problems woven in to what "appears" to be a complicated problem. Typically, if math is complicated it's because the method of instruction is complicated.

...I have degrees from the University of Texas and Rice University. I I have taught Microsoft Word, Power Point, and Excel as well as a finance related course at the University of Houston. Currently I specialize in SAT Prep courses.

...Take a sample test or two or even see if you can download an old one off the Internet. What we are after is a way to rule out what you already understand, so we can spend our time together on stuff you don't know. By the way, I suggest you buy or borrow a TI 83 Graphing calculator.

...I scored in the 99th percentile in GMAT math, and enjoy helping others score as high as they can. I enjoy helping students really understand the concepts, rather than just "finish the homework." Then we can continue to grow their skills. They become encouraged and discover they really can learn it, and this builds their confidence and self esteem.

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