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...I hold a BS in Mathematics and have seven years of experience tutoring all levels of math up to and including Calculus II. I have worked extensively with all levels of Math including Elementary, Middle, Algebra I, II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Cal I,II, AP CAL AB and BC, FCAT 2.0, En...

...Most of my advanced college courses were boring, so my job as a tutor is to make the topic interesting to the student, and to identify problem areas.I have over 20 years experience playing acoustic guitars. I play mostly classical and pop/rock. I have been a Church guitarist for about 10 years as a teenager.

...If you have any questions about scheduling hours, availability, or me in general, send me a message and I'll let you know to the best of my ability. I look forward to helping you with math soon. Your Friendly Neighborhood Math Tutor,Tyler M.I completed my discrete mathematics course during my undergraduate years in college and easily received an A.

Proficient in most areas of math such as: pre-algebra, algebra, algebra 2, geometry, precalculus, calculus, trigonometry, and data analysis/functions. Experienced for 11 years in tutoring for the FCAT, PSAT, SAT, ACT, TACHS, ISEE and GED examinations; specifically, my students have increased their ...

...I am familiar with the studying styles for FAU, BCC, Palm Beach State, FIU and many more colleges around here. I have also been tutoring Students in High School. I do not usually for the teaching Methods of the book while like to complicate things, so I will tutor you in the more practical way which is much easier to understand and remember.

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