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...I have 1.5 years of teaching experience, including 1 year as the Head Instructor at Chungdahm Institute in Pohang, South Korea. I have more than a year of math tutoring experience. I hold a B.A. in Economics with a Physics minor from the University of Chicago, where I achieved A grades in math classes up through multi-variable calculus.

This tutor earned his bachelor?s degree in Electrical Engineering at the University of Nigeria, graduating with honors. He had a perfect score on his Math GRE and continued his studies in the United States at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he earned two master?s degrees (Computer Scienc...

...So I am here to serve you. I am very skilled at one-on-one tutoring, small group tutoring, and online math course help. I tutor the way that I teach--present the material in a way that it can understood, practice with my clients, and give them opportunities to try themselves with me right there to troubleshoot.

...Bring your book and I could tutor you!! I'm considered an "excellent teacher" & I have a knack for explaining mathematical concepts and principles "in a logical, sequential manner, and so novice listeners can understand," and "positively encourage others to do their best." Courses I've taught i...

...Mathematics is a very complex subject to teach, so it must be taught with precision, and I explain it to students at their learning capacity. Mathematics cannot be taught at a fast pace, because, if you do, you've lost your students in the first five minutes. If there's something that students do not understand, reteach it; there's nothing wrong with going over certain parts of the lesson.

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