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...I believe every student can be successful in math. Having that one on one time will allow me to break down material so that the student can fully comprehend what they are struggling in. I think the one thing that makes me an outstanding math tutor, is that I am patient and easy to relate to.

When I studied Chemistry in the graduate school, I taught General Chemistry Lab classes as a teaching assistant. Some students were already in advanced level but most of them were not familiar with basic Chemistry. Some of the students who belongs to the later category, they approached to me and told me their worry of if they could catch up with the class and got a decent grade they aim to.

...I consider myself to be a hands-on teacher and a teacher by example. I taught at Sylvan, before the location closed down, and I taught myself different methods to approach work and assignments. I have a strong work ethic, and take pride in my work.

...Since, the GED requires math skills for grades K - 12, tutoring Geometry comprises a significant part of my volunteer tutoring. I tutor it regularly 3 days a week to GED, HSE, and ABE students. I am very familiar with geometric figures, perimeter, area, surface area, volume, right triangles, trigonometric functions and the application of algebra to solve geometry problems.

...It saves time, and can save you money. As a teacher of middle and high school students, I am quite aware of the need for students to develop organizational skills and habits that will benefit them now and into future careers. Many of my students have special needs, including ADHD and dyslexia.

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