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...I have a Masters Degree in Mathematical Modeling and Scientific Computing with Distinction from Oxford University. I used MATLAB throughout my graduate studies and most of my Masters thesis was done with MATLAB. Since then, for the past twelve years I have used MATLAB for various research projects relating generally to mathematical modeling within the field of medicine.

...I have learned many strategies over the years for teaching math from elementary level through Calculus. I love to see students "Aha!" moments when it comes to math. In addition to math content, I teach test taking and time management strategies that allow students to use the math skills they have to the best advantage on the ACT.

...I have an MS in chemistry and I was a tutor for college and high school chemistry for over 10 years. I have a master's degree which covered work in organic chemistry. In my undergraduate, I took 16 credit hours in organic chemistry classes and was the top student in each of those classes.

...I train my students to make connections between the abstraction of Algebra and real-world applications. B.S., Benedictine University M.S., University of Chicago I have a B.S., Benedictine University, and M.S., University of Chicago. Having earned a master's degree in mathematics, I have the knowledge and experience necessary to teach discrete math.

...I have since improved upon my math skills while obtaining a BS in mechanical engineering and an MS in mechanical engineering. I am professionally employed and calculus is part of everyday life for me. I have my master's degree in mechanical engineering.

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