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...I am a recent graduate from Georgia Tech. My degree is in physics, however I am comfortable with all K-12 math. I have worked with both physics and math students for several years, concentrating at the middle and high school level with some college tutoring thrown in for good measure.

...Graduated with a focus in Finance and passed the CFA Level 1 exam. Also passed the GACE Mathematics 022, 023 exams. I love helping students overcome their stumbling blocks and I look forward to helping you overcome yours in the coming months!I've provided hundreds of hours of Algebra 1 tutoring over the course of several years.

...I have aced Calculus 1-3, abstract algebra, discrete mathematics (combinatorics), advanced statistics, differential equations and real analysis courses to name a few. I have been tutoring for the last 6 years! During my senior year at KSU, I was a supplemental instructor for both Calculus 1 & 2.

...These experiences have also challenged my ability to be patient and willing to re-explain mathematical topics frequently, using a wide-variety of methods.I have taught Discrete Mathematics at the collegiate level twice. I have taught differential equations three times at the collegiate level. In fact, I designed the course curriculum that is now being implemented at the college.

...I cannot guarantee that but I would certainly make it interesting for them, and they might take another look at these subjects with a different perspective. I did my PhD work in engineering but these subjects always were the backbone of what I did in my studies leading up to it, and even now in ...

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