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...However, it is no problem for me to travel to another location if that is better for the student. I have a 24-hour cancellation policy but can offer makeup classes if necessary. Also, I offer a free consultation meeting to help set goals and gain an understanding of the challenges each student is facing.

...Some students relate more to the language of math so I'll discuss the etymology of unique math terms. Math has a natural connection to history and science and Geometry especially connects well to the arts and architecture. I also find real-world applications for the math concepts so students see how relevant math is in their lives.

...During this time, I discovered my love for helping students realize their aspirations. I continued to work in many settings, including the hospital to help children who were on treatment continue with their schooling. In college, I frequently hosted study circles and tutored K-12 students to support myself.

...I attended college at the University of Chicago from 2010-2014, where I double-majored in biology and mathematics. I then decided to take two gap years before medical school, and worked as a computational biologist at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard in Boston, MA. There I developed extensive experience using programming and statistics to mine cancer genome data.

...Calculus is a fascinating subject and often considered the gateway to higher math. I have taught both precalculus and SAT Level 2 (which covers similar material). Most of precalculus is about the basic functions: polynomial, rational, trigonometric, and exponential/logarithmic. If you know how these functions look and behave, I've found that most of the subject becomes easier.

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