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...I have helped students with every type of high school course, but I also specialize in ACT tutoring and helping students apply to colleges. I graduated ranking 7th in my class of 400 and got a 35 on my ACT. I was elected as class president for all four years of high school.

...What are my credentials? I have a BS and MS in Aeronautical Engineering and an MS in Mechanical Engineering and as a result I've taken many courses in math and science, the basis of engineering. How long have I been tutoring?

...After receiving my B.S., i student taught in an Algebra 1 classroom. After completing my student teaching and receiving my certification, I went on to be a math interventionist, working with students in all math classes at the high school level. I currently still help students with math and love to see that "ah-ha" moment when a mathematical concept finally clicks for students.

Working at a pace that is cognitively and developmentally appropriate for the student, finding the particular language that works best for them, and assuring that their fundamentals are intact as well as pushing the bar forward and challenging them whenever possible; these are the teaching principle...

...Since then, I have also tutored high school sociology, anthropology, economics and psychology courses. My extensive experience in developmental disabilities also extended to social studies classes in the elementary grades. As a mathematics professor at a local community college, I tutored individual students in understanding concepts in the course, Finite (or Applicable) Math.

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