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...I never give up until I have found the key to a student's success. Contact me and find your inner mathematician.I am an Illinois certified 5th-12th grade mathematics teacher. I have taught and tutored middle school and high school mathematics students in subjects including Algebra 1 for over 15 years.

...In USA- more than 15 years, basically North -West suburbs, and mostly students from the best high schools. I have been teaching all levels of Math at North Eastern Illinois University and at Oakton Community College for more than 15 years. I have a Postgraduate Degree in Math from Moscow State University.

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