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...On a daily basis, I assist students individually or in small groups to help them improve their grades. I help develop individualized resources based on each student's needs, monitor student's progress, assist students with homework and prepare students for tests. Math subjects include but not limited to Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry.

...I have taught anatomy, physiology and biochemistry to undergraduate students for two years. I have natural flair for math and grammar. I have also been a private tutor, teaching math, chemistry and biology at various school levels making me a great tutor for a wide variety of subjects.

...I truly enjoy sharing my knowledge and making a difference in someone's life. In college I was a teaching assistant for Calculus and Probability/Statistics and tutored many students on a 1-on-1 basis. While working at a NASDAQ 100 company I mentored several junior analysts.

...I have exceptional leadership, project management, and statistical analysis and modeling skills, and I am proficient in SPSS software (using it for statistical analysis and modeling) and Modeler software (using it for statistical analysis and modeling and for text and data mining). I am also pre...

...I have studied abroad in Mexico and gained extensive knowledge of the language since both my host parents did not speak english! I am familiar with the challenges students face learning foreign languages and strive to make language learning as simple and painless as possible. I personally scored a 750 on all sections of the SAT for a combined score of 2250.

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