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I offer Math and Science tutoring for students located in the NW suburbs of Chicago. My degree is in Mechanical Engineering from Rice University. I have worked in many positions related to the field as well as in software development.

...I have worked with students ranging from elementary through seniors taking calculus. I will work on test taking strategies as well as understanding the steps needed for solving individual problems. I have spent years teaching and tutoring math I have worked with students ranging in grade from elementary to high school.

...Many of my my students had been quite successful in the lower grades, only to find themselves overwhelmed by the demands of middle and high school. As students advance in school, the number and complexity of assignments increases. At the same time, the amount of individual academic support decreases.

...As a physical scientist, I use **algebra** every day in solving for variables as they relate to my research. I have also taught **algebra** through the physical sciences to a wide range of students, who need to be proficient in **algebra** in order to excel as scientists. As mentioned in other subjects, my teaching and tutoring have been highly awarded and praised.

...You also get to draw triangles and angles and measure them with a protractor. I cannot draw at all but working in Geometry is always fun and is easy once you understand the basics and realize that formulas are involved to figure out area, perimeter and volume. As a tutor who specializes in Math, Pre**algebra** is a Math topic that you have to work at one step at a time.

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