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Hello,My name is Lauryn and I am a recent graduate from Oklahoma State University. I graduated with a degree in Liberal Studies with an emphasis in mathematics and psychology - a strange combination, but a fun one. I love math, but, even more importantly, love helping others develop a better understanding of mathematics.

...I assisted students of many classifications understand different levels of Mathematics. I developed presentations to teach the basics of complex numbers, polynomials, and common issues students had in the classroom. I also taught groups of students mathematical skills that were used in Chemistry and Physics; such as conversion, measurement, and setting up rational equations.

...If you have test anxiety I can help you with that too. I am a tutor for no other reason than I enjoy helping students experience success in my favorite subject, chemistry. It seems complicated but I can help you see the "big" picture and make sense of how it all fits together.

...While I do have a general strategy I employ for certain subjects, I can adapt and modify it to meet the individual needs of my students. I tutor a variety of subjects, which includes Calculus, Algebra, Physics, Statistics, Differential Equations, general Chemistry, and Latin, as well as a list o...

...Pre-Algebra is a vital base for the math classes that will follow it. I know I can help you truly understand this material, so you have a solid foundation to continue your math education! Pre-Calculus can be a broad subject, including advanced algebra, real and complex numbers, vectors, trigonometry, and of course, the beginnings of calculus.

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