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...I've also taught classes at the University level, but I prefer working one-on-one so that I can really directly address your questions and confusions. I live right down the street from PCC and have a flexible schedule, so we can meet there after or between classes. I will take the material as s...

...I believe that time management and organization, coupled with a little bit of focus and effort, can achieve wonders for any struggling student. The proper study skills are a vital component of a student's success, and I can share the techniques I use daily in my personal academics. I was a member of the All American Association Chess Club, also known as "Triple A", for over 7 years.

...I know firsthand what it is like to struggle with math - but I also know now that an understanding of its beauty and complexity is well within the grasp of most people. We are conditioned from a young age to view mathematics as one of the most impenetrable and academic of school subjects; one th...

...I help students relate Trig functions to the corresponding graphs and explain how each Trig functions make changes in graphs. SAT math covers concepts which students have learned in Algebra One, Geometry, and Algebra Two before. The first step for students is to review the concepts categorized ...

...I believe, while quite rigorous and initially intimidating, an informed approach to the techniques of Calculus will, during instruction, reveal to students the amazing potency of this rich mathematical legacy. Geometry instruction for most students begins with strange objects like lines and triangles. Proofs often seem especially confusing.

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