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...I have expertise with not only the concepts in the standardized high school Geometry curriculum, but also with proofs. I also took an elective course during my undergrad that explored effective ways of teaching high school Geometry. Infamous for frustrating Juniors and Seniors for decades, Pre-Calc is one of the "hot" subjects that define why tutoring is so valuable.

...Some accelerated courses also cover matrix algebra, analytic geometry, as well as discrete mathematics (probability and statistics, sequences, and infinite series), all of which I can help you through. Five of my tutoring students this past year have been for precalculus, so I am aware of all th...

...I do not take on very many students at a time as I like to offer my students personalized attention over the long term. I think it's best when a student becomes comfortable with their tutor and trusts that they are in good hands. If you would like any references please don't be afraid to ask!I have been tutoring Algebra for almost 15 years!

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