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...It is very important to master Algebra skills before moving on. Precalculus is harder than Calculus. Believe or not, it is true because in Precalculus students have to cover different topics and get familiar with all of them, but in Calculus students' focus is mostly on couple of topics in depth.

...Differential equations are encountered in many different disciplines, in courses such as business calculus, physics, mechanical engineering, and even in chemistry. Typically a little bit of differential equations is taught in the third calculus class (usually the calculus course which covers mul...

...I can review what you've learned in your coursework but also help you go further into material you find interesting or particularly difficult to master. I also enjoy working with students to identify their general academic strengths and weaknesses to help them achieve across subjects. I have a passion for psychology and **statistics** as well as for learning and education in general.

...I prefer to take a individualized approach whereby on our first meeting I try to assess what each student is having difficulty with and how they learn. From there I cater my tutoring to that individual student's needs. I encourage my students to be active learners giving many examples that guide the student through solving problems.

...By now it is expected to have solid algebra techniques developed in algebra I, which is where a lot of students need help. As geometry is commonly taken after algebra 1, it is a large deviation from previous topics. Because of this students are commonly confused at the beginning and might not recover well.

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