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...In addition, during my undergraduate years at Harvey Mudd, I took several advanced math classes, such as multivariable calculus and differential equations. Finally, several of my college courses required the use of trigonometry on a regular basis. I scored over 750 out of 800 on the math portion of the SAT when I took that exam.

...Upon arriving at UCLA, I was able to take multiple Differential Equations courses, Linear Algebra courses, and Analysis of Real Numbers--all of which build off of the fundamentals learned in the introductory Calculus curriculum. In high school, I took Honors Chemistry and received a 4 on the AP ...

...I only will teach at a customer's home if an adult over 18 is home as well. I work with mostly beginners, helping students get excited about learning chess. I also tutor mathematics to students in and around Philadelphia.

...I have had a real fascination with European history ever since I took AP European History in high school and earned a 5 on the AP exam. I went to Europe twice and took multiple guided tours of historical locations, prompting my desire to major in history at Duke. I excelled in geometry in high school, and am comfortable applying the principles of geometry to higher levels of math.

...One of my most recent students raised her SAT score by 600 points! I first started tutoring in 2000, when I realized I could explain math concepts to my little sister in ways that were easy for her to understand. Shortly after, our school counselor put me in contact with several other families at our school, and I began helping them in math, as well.

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