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...Let's connect these pieces together. "Putting one foot in front of the other", is a simple motion but crucial if one is to move forward from one point to another under their own power. Algebra, is this step that carries one from a basic math concept to higher math. My unique style gives students the confidence they need to make those steps and move forward.

...I have classroom experience teaching mathematics and regularly held tutorials for my own students. I know what's expected from each student and I will create a plan of action to help you achieve your personal goals to better understand mathematics and pass the SAT. I am Georgia certified in Mathematics (grades 6-12) with my Masters in Mathematics Education from Georgia State University.

...As a result, I have helped many math-phobic students become masters of factoring. I often see a glazed look come over my students' faces when I mention synthetic division or conic sections for the first time. Advanced algebra always seems complicated to the uninitiated.

...I graduated from Stanford University with a BA in history, studied a year abroad at Oxford University, and had an A average. I also interned in the State Department in the London Embassy, writing memos on current events and international relations. I scored highly on the SAT verbal section.

...I received the Emory Williams Teaching in Science Award. I taught undergraduate premed physics my whole career at Emory University and continue to tutor students studying that course now. I have tutored two students who were studying for their MCAT.

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