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...Then the student would do an example or two on their own to show how well they understand the concept. We would repeat the process until the student can complete multiple examples correctly on his/her own. I can also go through proofs of the theorems to give a better understanding of where the procedures and methods we use in mathematics come from.

...I've taught math after school at the High School level in Queens and tutored students at York College during my attendance there. I've scored on the William Lowell mathematical competition (most people score a zero) the first three years I took it. My goal is to help you fully understand mathematical concepts and not just to pass the next test.

...I'm a very serious mathematics student and have received high grades in many of my institutions' undergraduate and graduate mathematics courses. Therefore, I am knowledgeable about many subjects in math and can give the tools for long term improvement in mathematical reasoning rather than just s...

...I practice when I can organize time enough to further my knowledge in the various areas of the mathematics, including logic. Being an undergraduate student of philosophy, I was educated with a foundation in logic, e.g., truth table, (bi)conditionals, etc. The program at Connecticut State Univer...

...My particular strength is explaining math concepts in ordinary language and removing the mystique and "mumbo-jumbo" often associated with math. I recognize that students learn in many different ways and at various speeds. Students are encouraged to approach math on their own terms, at their own pace, to ask questions, and to demand answers.

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