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...I have a B.S. in Mathematics and I have studied far and beyond what it takes to be an exceptional Algebra 2 student. Most roadblocks that get into the way of learning this topic are using the correct formula. My expertise in teaching this topic is to take a complex problem and make it more simple.

...I have also prepared for the SAT and GRE, so I have tips and tricks to help expand a students vocabulary. I try to focus on word origins and usage of the word in context to make new vocabulary more relatable to existing vocabulary. I have tutored college students in Geometry.

...I have taken discrete math at the college level and am very familiar with set theory, sequences, matrices, and graph theory. Building off the foundations of C, C++ allows the programmer to create classes that model real life objects. Essential for game development, an object-oriented approach gives your virtual creations the functionality to act like living, breathing organisms!

...My experience has shown that real progress is only possible through commitment and frequent exposure to new learning. With LD (Learning Disabled) individuals, this means two tutoring sessions a week of an hour each. With motivated ESL learners, one session of 60 to 90 minutes may be sufficient.

...I genuinely enjoy working with students to help them reach their fullest potential. Every student is different and so is every one of my lessons.I tutor many young students (7th and 8th graders) in math and science. I am well versed in teaching pre-Algebra and complex fractions and equations to math students and in teaching the scientific method to science students.

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