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...I have tutored at LSSU for 4 years, WMU for 2 years, and private tutoring for 2 year. I have tutored algebra, college algebra, statistics, probability, and Calculus 1, 2, and 3. Also I did a little work helping with physics, cryptography, and graph theory.

...I was in the Oakland Youth Symphony Orchestra as a cellist and we played a variety of pieces including Tchaicovski's 5th Symphony. For beginners, I use the Strictly Strings book by Dillon, Kjelland, O'Reilly. Once my students master the art of controlling the cello and fingerings or if they are one of my more advanced students, I use the Suzuki books.

...Since 2010 I was selected to Masters in University of Florida. There, I have taught many math courses and here at WMU I am teaching for 1st year and second years students (Algebra II). I have may experiences of teaching any math courses from Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, Differential Equations, M...

...But I got her an ACT score high enough that she was not required to study it any more in her college of choice. While my mastery of mathematics is strong, up through college Calculus, my best qualification is patience. There are many ways to solve these problems, and when we find the approach that clicks for your student, we will be off and running!

...I find that when it comes to teaching math, a lot of the key concepts are ignored in the process of teaching the more advanced concepts. In the four years that I have tutored math, whether it be for compensation, or just to help a friend out around finals, a lot of the problems I have noticed ar...

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