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...For the past three years, I have had the privilege of working with middle school students in the Maryland public school system. I love being able to work with students and clients to help them better understand mathematics. The moment when a challenging problem becomes a "no-brainer" is the highlight of my week.

I hold a bachelor's degree in Mathematics from George Mason University, where I also completed 24 credits in a Master's program in Mathematics, where I focused on linear **algebra** and number theory. After 15 years working as a data analyst, I have returned to my roots and would like to share my love ...

...I try to make my sessions as engaging as possible, using games, real world examples, and mnemonics to help my students learn. I have found that these strategies really help students retain, and more importantly, understand concepts. Feel free to message me with any questions or concerns.

...I have also worked with students, on all levels, on organizational skills which ties into good study habits. As an admissions officer, I also acted as an academic advisor to undergraduate students, which included working on study skills with a number of them. I have created English curriculum as well as taught English, reading, and writing to students in elementary, middle, and high school.

...High-school chemistry, AP chemistry, and college-level general chemistry? I have tutored students extensively in all of these areas. Too often introductory chemistry courses are taught as a series of loosely connected "units"; let me help you achieve understanding by finding the common threads that connect these units.

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