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...I pride myself on attention to detail, and being able push my students to their full potential without creating intense strain. Sessions are fun and engaging, but never unprofessional. To date I have had over 15 years experience in tutoring, focusing in math and the sciences.Majored in Astro**physics** and minored in math.

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