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...I look forward to working with you and your family. I lived in Spain for a year and double majored in psychology and Spanish. I have a masters degree in school counseling and experience working with high school students on the college application process.

...From there, I work with the student to help them understand the basics of the problem by using effective math methods, such as real life mathematical concepts. This is very important, because math is a series of building blocks. Once the basics are learned, a student can then develop the skills to tackle any math problem.

...Or just contact me for some fun piano lessons! I love teaching :) I have achieved excellence in math subjects in school, having tutored algebra and math up to multi variable calculus in college as well. I have tutored biology at the primary school, secondary school, and also at the college level.

...I am currently pursuing my PhD in neuroscience also at UCSD. As part of my PhD thesis, I conduct scientific research in a laboratory studying behavioral neuroscience and my work is published in peer reviewed scientific journals. I have extensive tutoring experience in mathematics and have taught in nearly all areas of mathematics ranging from basic algebra to calculus for the last 8 years.

...While in school, I also worked as a swim instructor teaching both group and individual lessons for children and adults. Outside of school I competed for UCSD's Women's Rowing NCAA team and enjoy surfing, cooking, and cake decorating. As a tutor I strive to keep my students engaged and challenged, and work on explaining tough concepts in smaller and more manageable subtopics.

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