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...If you have the idea of what to do on a problem, you do not need to complete 10 similar problems. As such, I like to spend more time on the why than the what. If you choose me as your tutor, your math skills will improve.

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...I qualified with KPMG, working as Audit Manager in the Caribbean. During my time as a mathematics and test preparation tutor, I have worked extensively with ADD students of all ages from 8 to 26. Indeed, my first undergraduate thesis as a Psychology major focused specifically on the aetiology underlying ADD, then termed ADHD.

...Working with students from widely varied backgrounds and levels is my strength. While physics is my specialty, I'm also very comfortable tutoring algebra, geometry, pre-calc, trigonometry, writing, history, biology, or just study skills and organization. I can focus on one area in depth or spread my attention across multiple subjects.

...I?m a very positive and patient person, and if you are struggling with something in math, I bet I can help you!Algebra 1 is the launching point for math beyond elementary arithmetic and math facts. It expands the scope of math to solving problems, using variables to represent numbers in equation...

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