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...As I mentioned in my bio, I took classes at UCLA up to differential equations. For one to succeed in such a class, a solid grasp of **algebra** and calculus is necessary. The most important concepts are taught in pre**algebra** through precalculus; these are the fundamentals one must be perfectly comfortable with to succeed, and I believe my understanding of these fundamentals are very strong.

...I specialize in making learning fun and easy and making you feel confident about your work! I can also help with organizational skills, time management, study skills, and homework support. I love helping students make a plan for success and focus on their goals.

...But my firm belief is that anyone can learn anything given enough time, patience and inspiration. Even the most challenging subjects can be mastered by a willing learner and an able teacher. My primary focus as a tutor is to first help struggling learners overcome the fear of math.

...Also, I took **algebra**, geometry, precalculus and calculus in high school as well as calculus and other math courses. My teaching experiences inform me that being open and friendly has provided for a good environment to work with you or in study groups. Also, giving practice tests help and dividing chapters into parts make studying more simple.

...I've tutored trigonometry and geometry on multiple occasions, and this training permits me to give many important examples of geometric phenomena on the fly. I received an 'A' in introductory probability theory as an undergraduate and have a background in real analysis, which is the theory that ...

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