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...My name is Allyssa and I am a 27 year-old graduate student at TWU. I am in the thesis phase of a Master's Degree in Mathematics with an emphasis in Statistics and I also have a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics, with a split minor in Psychology and Philosophy. I have quite a bit of experience as a tutor, and hope to pursue a career as a Professor after obtaining a Ph.D.

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...I am patient and flexible with my students, but I also expect a certain level of trust, responsibility and accountability from them.In addition to taking College Algebra, I have also studied and tutored higher level related mathematics such as Linear Algebra and Modern (Abstract) Algebra. It is ...

...I have just earned my doctorate in mathematics education and relocated to the Dallas-area. As an educator, I enjoy instilling confidence and motivating all of my students. Students who begin to feel like they are able to understand and achieve in mathematics begin to focus more on the content and internalize the rules and skills necessary for success.

...It can be a little confusing when math suddenly has more steps and concepts than the years before, but what you learn in pre-Algebra will lead into higher math. A solid grasp of pre-Algebra can change your entire academic life! In pre-Algebra, understanding WHY a solution works is very important.

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