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...Fortunately, I'm here to be the navigator that knows exactly how curriculums progress and what your instructor wants you to be able to do. Geometry is quite different than most kinds of math, which can make it a welcome relief or a frustration. In my experience, there is not a very strong correlation between a student's success in Algebra and a student's success in Geometry.

...I can help you overcome any obstacles you may have with respect to differentiation, integration, and any of their numerous applications. I can also help with related problems of limits, infinite series, and numerical methods for solving basic calculus problems. I have a very strong background i...

...I can also provide enrichment and challenge activities to stretch students? understanding and help them experience the joy and excitement of math. As an elementary school teacher, I have also taught writing skills (including spelling) and creative writing, and I have led literature discussion gr...

...Also important to be developed is the ability to read a word problem and translate it into mathematical terms. I take each student, young or old, where they are, and work with them until they are ready for the formality of an algebra course. A high school precalculus course typically contains a...

I began tutoring as a student tutor at Boston Latin's Saturday Success school, and have been doing it ever since. I was in the UK from 2009-2013 (just moved back!) while completing my doctorate at Oxford University. During that time have seen my students win places at Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial College, Harvard and Stanford.

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