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...I have taught/tutored students in small classes or one-on-one, and helped them to listen, to speak, to read, and to write the language. All my students enjoyed learning from me. My experience in tutoring Mandarin would be an ideal match for assisting students from young children to adults who want to learn Mandarin Chinese.

...I have a master's degree in Biostatistics and I am currently a doctoral student in Biostatistics. I have been tutoring students in Biostatistics for many years. I am specialized in statistical modeling (linear regression, logistics regression, longitudinal modeling, mixed modeling, general linear models, etc.). I am very familiar with SAS, R and STATA.

...I can help tutor nearly any grade in the subject of **math**. I hold myself to a high standard in making sure I do a great job because teaching **math** is the career I will have, therefore I want to make sure I am at my best. I am an outstanding **math** tutor because I show students that there is more than one way to understand a topic.

...It is divided into 3 sections; the Reading section and the Math section each contain 50 multiple-choice questions, while the Writing section consists of two essay questions. The test must be completed in four hours, but test-takers may use that time to work on any or all of the three sections. ...

...To add another unfortunate, many (though I understand, not all) teachers I've encountered teach as a means of a paycheck rather than a true passion and desire to have students learn while at the same time earning a living. I miss my days as a tutor because parents/students who seek tutors sincerely care to achieve/learn. And I, sincerely, enjoy getting students to actually understand **math**.

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