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...Air Force officer who has started a second career as a high school teacher. I have taught AP Physics C, AP Physics 1, Physics, Physical Science, Geometry and Algebra in the classroom, and I previously worked for a semester as a school-sponsored math and science tutor. I have experience in numer...

...I was a mechanical engineer with Caterpillar for three years and I tutored at Wright College (one of the City Colleges of Chicago) for over five years. I tutor different levels of mathematics from intermediate algebra to third year calculus (including differential equations and linear algebra). ...

...I also have a strong background in mathematics, having completed several levels of advanced calculus. I've tutored extensively, and my students have said that I have a good ability to breakdown problems into easy, understandable pieces. I'd be happy to work through problems with you, as this is by far the best way to get you to understand the necessary material.

...If you use me as your tutor, that won't happen.I have tutored in the past for High School students, and Algebra 1 was one of my most frequently tutored classes. I've tutored Algebra 2 at Jefferson High School in the past, and found many ways to explain the concepts in ways that stick. I've help...

...My graduate work is in architecture and design. I believe you should ENJOY the math you are studying -- at least as much as possible! In addition, I feel my strength as a tutor is working with students who have had an uncomfortable experience in the past or have a bit of anxiety when it comes to math and its complexities.

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