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...Alternatively, I've used "metaphors" to group a problem into its particular family. Often times, a math problem seems difficult but it is really just "disguised" really well. The same techniques used to solve "easy" problems can be applied to solve difficult ones, just with more steps.

...Before beginning my MBA at UCLA Anderson and while a student there, I helped scores of men and women prepare for the GMAT, GRE and SAT to get into the schools of their dreams. I completed my MBA at UCLA Anderson in July, 2015. When I took the SAT the maximum score was 1600 and I received a 1500, which was in the 97th percentile at the time.

...Trigonometry is, to me, the introduction of the potency of geometric analysis. At last, students will find those concepts from algebra and geometry unified into some type of analytic tool. From the mystifying exercises of Proving Trigonometric Identities to the seemingly odd habits of Modifying...

...Having a degree in Applied Mathematics from UCLA, I have a strong grasp of the wide array of topics they introduce in Algebra 2, from higher order polynomials to matrices; from exponents to simplifying radicals. Often times, Algebra 2 can be an overwhelming subject since it introduces so many new, seemingly-unrelated topics. I work with students to show how all this work ties together.

...I think of myself as very friendly, I like meeting new people, and I like to interact with diverse group of people. Since I have a Bachelor's in Statistics, that is my main specialty. Mainly high school to college level.

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