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...My short term goal with students is that they would understand the subject they're studying. My ultimate aim is to put myself out of a job by enabling students to be independent learners. I want my students to gain confidence in their abilities and apply the problem solving skills that I teach...

...I received my PhD in Molecular Genetics in 2006 from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and I currently work at Loyola University as a research scientist. I use math and science in my everyday life. My goal as a tutor is not only to help students learn math and science, but also to share my enthusiasm and passion for these subjects.

...During my tutoring period at the high school I work at, I actually spend most of my time tutoring Algebra 2 students, so I know the subject extremely well. Geometry might be my favorite subject to teach! I have taught some type of geometry course every single year of my ten years teaching so far.

...I can assign practice problems, or help with homework questions and exam preparation. Most of my students stayed with me for several semesters, and I am looking for new students in the Milwaukee area. I have tutored calculus and taught calculus at the college level, and I use math regularly in my research.

...As a math tutor I try to get my students to see math as a game and not so much just a subject. I always push my students to keep going even if they think they're getting stuck, I try to motivate them by encouraging them to finish the problem. I have taken the ACT more than once and I know how c...

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