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...Based on my previous tutoring experiences, students learn best when they develop a strong grasp of key concepts and are able to relay their knowledge independently on problem sets/questions. I strongly believe that students have the ability to succeed in any academic subject or standardized exam...

...During my college career, I studied Applied Mathematics and Statistics, and I minored in Marketing and Management. I've taken a variety of math classes throughout my high school and college career, and I'm familiar with a variety of mathematical topics. With my strong academic performance, I'm qualified to teach several math topics, with an emphasis on statistics and **calculus**.

...I got an A in all classes. I also received straight A's in physics, and I would be interested to help students get the outcomes they desire -- especially students who currently feel they are struggling. I have a passion for teaching, and I enjoy studying math.

...Whether you are struggling with material, or if you are an advanced student looking for a complete understanding, I can help you. I am passionate about teaching these subjects, but I realize that they don't come easily to all students. When tutoring, I make every effort to relate to students at their level and present topics in an understandable and approachable way.

...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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