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...I'm originally from Texas and I moved to Los Angeles for college. My hobbies include trying new and exotic foods, taking train rides, long boarding and hiking. I am very interested in Chemistry, as it is my major, and I have aspiration to go into the renewable energy field.

...I also instructed the Introduction to Statistical Reasoning and Applied Statistics in Business Classes. At Northwest Community College, I taught Foundations of Math, and College Algebra classes, which contributed further to my strong mathematical background. By focusing on deepening content understanding, I helped them gain a viable boost to their college adventures.

...I've been teaching calculus to high school and college students for years, and I understand the common conceptual and mechanical difficulties which give students trouble. I can explain the conceptual basis of derivatives and integrals, help students translate real world applications into mathema...

...My students show an average score increase of 3.4 points on the ACT and 310 points on the (older) SAT, and I have achieved perfect scores on all sections of the ACT, all sections of the (older) SAT, an 800 on the Math lv. B SAT-II, a 750 on the Chemistry SAT-II, and an 800 on the Physics SAT-II....

Recently completed a Ph.D. in college administration at UCLA. I earned a B.S. in math in 2004 and an M.S. in college administration in 2006. I have taught educational research courses at UCLA that rely heavily on **statistics**, and I have tutored students in college algebra and calculus in recent years.

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