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...They fascinate and inspire me. Over the past nine years I have been combining my love for math and science with my dedication to teaching and lifelong learning. My approach to tutoring is holistic - every aspect of a student's life affects their performance in school.

...Typically, we will go through an ACT book of problems and do several exercises together, inspiring dozens of those "Oh yeah!" moments. After each lesson, the student gets stronger in the material, and can feel it. I have been happily tutoring for over 15 years, and so I have learned to relate mathematical concepts to a wide variety of students.

...Usually, what I find is that sometimes students misunderstand concepts, or the results of a theorem, and once they understand a concept, or theorem, they can easily solve a problem. Bringing in class notes for the relevant problem is important for my students because one of my goals as a tutor i...

...Statistics have shown that the higher the level of math classes you take, the higher the chances of earning your Bachelor?s degree. For example, if you have mastered Algebra I by the time you graduate high school, your chances of earning your Bachelor?s degree is only 7% (Exhibit 1). As you take...

...Moreover, I have taught this subject in various occasions with students of varying backgrounds. Differential equations also play a big role in my research in mathematical physics, therefore I have a much easier time illustrating its uses to students learning the subject for the first time. I have taken three linear algebra courses at Caltech as an undergraduate.

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