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...I am a graduate of MIT and has been teaching and tutoring in a variety of capacities for more than 25 years. I first began tutoring in the 8th grade as a way to help other students while sharing my love of math. That interest in math drew me into competition, where in high school I took 5th pla...

...I have acted in a wide variety of productions ranging from classical French dramas to contemporary plays. I also have four years of experience working in improv (concentration on short form). I have experience working in voiceovers and on-camera. In addition to stage experience, I have more than ten years of professional public speaking experience.

...Luckily algebra is mostly computational, so it lends itself to many examples to help master the material. I studied algebra in high school, but have used it over and over again in my math studies at Columbia. I have tutored the subject multiple times for students of different ages, all to success.

...As for my teaching experience, I have tutored many students one-on-one, worked as a teaching assistant for undergraduate engineering courses. As part of the STEM mentorship program of the New York Academy of Sciences, I mentored middle school kids in maths and robotics. My students made it all the way to the finals of a nation-wide robotics event.

...Specifically, at HofstraUniversity as an adjunct instructor of math. Therefore, I am very confident in tutoring discrete math! I have done a course in Elementary Ordinary Differential equations atthe college level, Hunter College of CUNY to be exact.

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