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...I am a Toastmaster (international organization for public speakers), and an attorney and a former standup comic - two professions for which public speaking skills are a must. Whatever your needs are with respect to public speaking, I can help you meet your goals. I'm a former lawyer.

...I want to give back and help you too! I think success is a team effort and I will do my best to help you in any way possible through different learning styles to find out what works best for you. Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Elementary Math, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus - I got A's in all my math subjects!

...What I do: *Complete SAT preparation (standard prep runs 10-15 sessions, and is also excellent practice for improving college level study habits) *Mentoring in all levels of Math from the basics through Calculus (Math is a skill that can be developed, not just a natural instinct that people hav...

...For math, I am able to teach algebra, **geometry**, trigonometry, calculus, multivariable calculus, and differential equations. For computer science, I know a good amount of Java, C, and C++, as well as various data structures. I look forward to hearing from you!I was top of my class when I took Discrete Math at California State University, Northridge.

...My approach is to impart clear paths towards problem solutions, while reviewing and strengthening any core ideas in need of reinforcement. I also work with my students to develop effective study strategies, especially crucial for good performance in calculus. I've tutored math for over 4 years, with students ranging from junior high through college ages.

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