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...I hold a masters in education, a bachelors in math, and have over 10 years of experience in education as a k-12 tutor and elementary school math teacher. I work with students ranging from kindergarten to high school, which is extremely beneficial as we transition to the new expectations of commo...

I offer Math and Science tutoring for students located in the NW suburbs of Chicago. My degree is in Mechanical Engineering from Rice University. I have worked in many positions related to the field as well as in software development.

...I have a Masters in Mathematics. I have completed undergraduate and graduate coursework in **calculus**, linear algebra, differential equations and functional analysis. As a member of an IT department for over 15 years, the fundamentals of pre**calculus** have been used by me on a regular basis in order to solve various programming projects.

...I scored 790 on the SAT Math section, a 165 on the GRE quantitative section, and received high marks for all high school and university level math classes. I have particular skills helping others in this away, often answering questions and helping my classmates with homework problems. On the AP Calculus and AP Statistic tests, I scored 5's.

...I believe this is only part of what makes me a good tutor. My patience, creativity, and my relational attitude help me to engage with students, helping them to feel more comfortable to tackle problems on their own. I try to ask questions that will get students to think and understand concepts on their own, but will reexplain ideas and concepts in different ways if the material is confusing.

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