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...I was an advanced math student, completing the equivalent of **trigonometry** as a freshman in high school. Many of my early WyzAnt students have needed help with trig, either as part of a pre-calc class, or at the level that is sometimes covered in Algebra 2, or as a refresh during calculus. Plus,...

...I have gained a high degree of understanding of math, and I love teaching it to junior high and high school students. I have learned many strategies over the years for teaching all levels of math. I have taken 4 semesters of college level chemistry - 2 semesters of General Chemistry and 2 semesters of Organic Chemistry.

...However, I came to really enjoy helping someone figure out something that they required assistant in. Eventually, along with some outside private tutoring, I decided to work at Kumon, which is an after school program for Math and Reading. As a tutor, I hope to assist people to the best of my abilities to make sure they succeed.

...I provide my own materials, including actual ACT exams from previous years. I work on reviewing concepts, going through practice tests, and teaching students test taking strategies.I have a PhD in molecular genetics from the University of Illinois at Chicago, which I received in 2006. I currently work as a research scientist at Loyola University.

...The list of subjects includes various mathematical disciplines, in particular Algebra 2. During the sessions I check whether a student knows the basics of Algebra 2 and explain those algebraic ideas, which a student does not understand. This solid foundation allows a student to avoid any confusion that otherwise a student can have and develop his/her mathematical skills.

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