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...Learning new disciplines keeps me very aware of the struggles all students face. Beyond academics, I spend my time backpacking, kayaking, weightlifting, jogging, bicycling, metalworking, woodworking, and building a wilderness home of my own design. In between formal tutoring sessions, I offer my students FREE email support to keep them moving past particularly tough problems.

...I am highly committed to students' performances and to improve their comprehension of all areas of mathematics.I have excelled in courses in Ordinary Differential Equations in both undergraduate and graduate school, as well as partial differential equations at the graduate level. Also, I have tu...

...I have bachelor's degree in mathematics from Rutgers University. This included taking classes such as Calculus 1, 2, 3,4, and Advanced Calculus (where we prove the theorems used in calculus 1. Also, while at Rutgers, I worked as a math tutor, tutoring students in subjects that included calculus 1 and 2.

...In the course of my 20 plus years of teaching and tutoring, I have been called upon numerous times to train students who are going to take either the COOP or the HSPT tests in order to pass an entrance test into the Catholic or other Parochial Schools as an alternative to the Public or non-religi...

...I find myself particularly good at being able to identify areas of improvement and finding different ways to explain and clarify skills and concepts to students so they may choose for themselves the best way to solve problems. By giving the student the tools and best practices they need to solve...

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