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...I was admitted to UCB Math PhD program (but chose Purdue PhD for some reason). Some of my students eventually go to top colleges (UCB (>=5 including 2 in 2015), Davis, UOP, U Chicago, UT Austin). Others did learn the basic Math they needed in their jobs and lives. My rates are very reasonable given what I could do to help. Many of my students are taking Hon.

I have been faculty at Northwestern University and Sonoma State University where I taught French, history, composition, literature. I also taught a freshman seminar at SSU, geared to helping new students successfully adapt to the demands of university academics. I have been an IB English teacher with 100% success rate for the three years I taught the program.

...I assisted in the selection and training of tutors. I have taught algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, geometry, linear algebra, and business math at various community colleges and a state university for 4 years. I also taught high school geometry for 1 year.I have tutored Algebra 2 for four years and at Cabrillo College for two years.

...Therefore, the lessons are designed to suit the needs of the individual student. I am positive, enthusiastic, thorough, and patient. I encourage my students to do the best they can.

...If the students didn't have enough work to fill the hour, I supplemented with Spanish materials. I am somewhat of a homework coach. I am more than happy to provide original materials, but I always start with what the student has to do for homework or what he or she is learning in class, and I build off of that.

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