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...This fact has led me to work with and help other students throughout my education and to this day. I also believe that visualizing a problem makes it easier to solve and gives a greater understanding of the subject whether it is a single line, a geometric problem or even advanced physics or engi...

...This means that if you let your student continue to struggle with fraction arithmetic, arithmetic using negative numbers, factorization, introductory variable concepts, and other prealgebra topics then future difficulties in math are inevitable. It also means that improving your student's profic...

...I have taught a course in finance as an adjunct professor at Nichols College, and I have tutored students in this subject for over 20 years. I am able to explain difficult concepts in finance in simple terms that students easily understand. Students tell me that they like the way I explain this subject very clearly.

...A student's goal is my goal, be it mastering a certain subject area or raising a letter grade. I always track a student's progress based on what he or she hopes to accomplish. One way I do this is by going over old tests, making sure a student is proficient in the problems that are correct and helping in the areas where confusion still exists.

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