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...I've recently moved back to Chicago and am excited to start tutoring here. This past year, I graduated with my Bachelor in Music Performance Degree from Carnegie Mellon University. I have 2 years experience teaching violin and viola, and tutoring for ear-training and sight-singing.

...I done this with dozens of students. I have taught basic discrete/finite math (probability, combinatorics, naive set theory, basic linear **algebra**, linear programming) at the college level. I also wrote a study guide covering all the above topics.

...My approach includes oral questioning and short written tests to determine a student's weaknesses and strengths, as well as determining the student's learning style so lessons can be meaningful. I communicate with the student and parent to set goals for tutoring sessions. As we work together, I assist the student with developing the positive mindset necessary for learning.

...I ask what they know, what confuses them, and for their notes. I like to show students multiple ways of doing a problem and allow them to make the decisions on which method they like best. I myself have been tutored for a college course so I know it can be scary and hard during private sessions.

...I know that trigonometry, polar coordinates, and more advanced Algebra 2 concepts are an integral part of PreCalculus. I am highly qualified to teach those concepts. As a AP Calculus teacher, I am aware of the important PreCalculus concepts that are necessary to be a successful Calculus student as well as passing the placement test for college.

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