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...In March, 1986 (age 17), I was officially rated a USCF expert. Although I have largely given up serious chess for serious bridge, I still play casually, and my USCF rating is over 2100 (Expert level). I have had numerous students over the years, and can assess your weaknesses and shore them up,...

I have always had a passion for Math and I enjoy working with students to help them understand and improve their math skills. I majored in Math at Purdue University and my original career goal was to become a high school Math Teacher. While at Purdue, I completed my student teaching and taught Algebra and Geometry and Basic Math in a local school district in Indiana for a semester.

...I have a friendly, patient and focused tutoring style that helps my students succeed in their studies. I've tutored math for over 4 years, with students ranging from junior high through college ages. In high school I received a 5 on the AP calculus exam, and won a Boeing math scholarship in college.

...B SAT-II, a 750 on the Chemistry SAT-II, and an 800 on the Physics SAT-II. Two of my four PSAT students have been awarded National Merit Semifinalist awards, both on the new format of the test. I have also served as a college adviser for dozens of students and can assist with applications and essays as well as offer general advice with the college application process.

I am a UC Santa Barbara graduate who has tutored math for two years. I have tutored all types of students while working in a local tutoring center and know how to tailor my teaching methods to the needs of your child. My favored method of teaching is using the Socratic method of asking questions that encourage the student to reach the answers on their own.

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