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...I think of precalculus as advanced **algebra** with little snippets of baby-calculus tucked here and there plus trigonometry. By this time the students are expected to be very comfortable with their **algebra** concepts and that is where it can get difficult if one or more of those concepts are not understood completely. This is where a tutor can be of help.

...Since I am a PhD student in Structural Engineering, I have to write a lot of computer codes for solving my thesis problems. I am professional in VBA and this is the computer program that I use everyday for programming my problems along with MATLAB. My BSc is in Civil Engineering.

...They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so I will create a visual, a sketch, or a graph whenever possible. This helps students see what is going on in the problem and makes the numbers and symbols more concrete and meaningful. I help students find ways to remember things, develop study skills, and analyze their mistakes.

...Learning how to study is key and that is the primary focus of my tutoring sessions. There is a process that I have found to be tremendously successful in preparing students to excel not only in math but in every subject. Again, the key is knowing how to study and then to retain the information learned.

...I am a strong proponent of asking questions and building problem solving skills, and I encourage this in all of my students. In high school, I scored a 32 on the ACT, which was 98th percentile for the state of California and 99th percentile for the United States my year. My ACT Math score, in particular, was a 33, which was in the 99th percentile.

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