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I have been teaching middle and high school math for three years using one-on-one math instructions on a daily basis. Students who struggle with basic math can feel very behind when they take higher level math. Unfortunately, there is no time for the teacher to go back and reteach or for the student to relearn these concepts.

...I adapt my teaching style to the needs of the student. I believe in helping students develop a strong base and encourage my students to ask questions. Teaching gives me a sense of fulfillment, knowing that I can make a difference in a student's life and career.

...This collaboration has led to several peer reviewed articles in accredited scientific journals and poster presentations at international conferences. I later moved to Georgia in 2009 and worked as a research associate at Emory University for about a year and half. All through, I was a strong believer that academic excellence at school level is a foundation for a successful career in future.

...I can help with the following courses: elementary math, Middle School Math, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Adv Alg/Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Anatomy, Physiology, Physics, reading and spelling. You will gain more insight in understanding major concepts with much practice. As a mat...

...The hardest thing about math teachers is that a lot of them are so smart they don't know how to communicate in terms that a student can understand. This is where my math/science brain and my interpersonal skills make me an excellent tutor. I can read people to figure out how to explain material in a way that makes sense to them.

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