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...Additionally, I like to encourage students to study by providing them with incentives such as healthy snacks if they complete their homework. I have worked with over 30 students and have helped students improve their grade from a D to an A. I took Organic Chemistry at UC Irvine and received an A.

...This gave me the breadth of knowledge to help as many math students as possible. I will work hard to make sure that my students understand the concepts of mathematics that they need to succeed in their goals.I have a BA in Mathematics from CSU Stanislaus, and algebra is one of my favorite math subjects. I've been a tutor in algebra ever since I graduated from high school in 2004.

...I will try to make the memorization of formulas and step-wise procedures for solving the math problems on the test easier by using step lists,giving illustrations, and solving example problems. Although the ACT science test covers many different science courses it does not need one's knowledge of a lots of facts. Instead the test is over the use of the scientific process.

...I have two children who are full of energy. I know how to sustain the attention of young minds. Learning is fun!I have ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) certification which has enabled me to teach at different private schools.

...I have 11 years of teaching and tutoring experience in high school/college physics (mechanics, electromagnetism, electronics, etc,) and math (geometry, trigonometry, algebra, and calculus). My approach of teaching can be summed up in the following steps: 1. gauge the subject level of the student...

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