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...I am excited about sharing the knowledge that others have so graciously shared with me. Throughout my educational experience, I was always willing to help out fellow colleagues because I definitely believe that knowledge is power and education is a lifelong process! I also understand that everyone does not learn at the same speed and the same way as the next person.

...Having tutored for over seven years, I have worked with students in a wide range of ages, learning styles, and interest levels. I worked at the Math Lab at UTD for three years, tutoring everything from college algebra to calculus, as well as physics, linear algebra, and more advanced math topics...

I love math and love helping students with math! I have taught math at the middle school, high school, and university level for a total of 16 years experience. I have a B.S. degree in mathematics from Texas A&M, an M.A. in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin, and have just completed my PhD in mathematics at the University of Texas-Arlington.

I am currently working as a software engineer for a company in Ohio. I have a double major in Mathematics and Philosophy. I tutored students in mathematics while in college and also have extensive writing experience from my philosophy background.

...I'm a Mechanical Engineer as my first profession, but I have a sincere vocation to help students specially those at risk or with special needs. I worked with Fort Worth ISD as Bilingual teacher helping students 1st and 3rd grade also working after school hours tutoring Math. I did an ACP in Bi...

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