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...I believe that every student can learn, however, the tutor must reach them at their level. I have learned different things related to presenting math in a way that can be understood by all level of the student. Mostly, I focus on explaining the most important steps of a particular skill and then guiding the student to developing their understanding to go forward in math.

...Come talk to me and I'll provide you with the weapons you need to slay the monster and the skills you need to be successful in not just algebra but mathematics in general. Calculus is one of the bedrocks for the physical sciences. Not only do I tutor calculus extensively, but teach it in a classroom setting during my recitation sections at Drexel.

...Math can also require work but it should never be so hard as to make a student give up or cry. I am passionate about Math in the early years, from Pre-Algebra through Pre-Calculus. Middle school and early High School are the ages when most children develop crazy ideas about their abilities regarding math.

...I'm there to clarify and re-enforce subjects that you might have trouble with and try and find creative ways for the content to be more understandable. In high school I took honors **geometry**, honors algebra, AP Calculus and in college Integral and Multi variable Calculus. My goal as a tutor is t...

...As Mark Twain said, "The difference between the right word and the almost-right word is the difference between the lightning and the lightning-bug." Grammar is a bit like math, and a lot of it's quite intuitive! I tutor **geometry** topics such as quadrilaterals, polygons, circles, three-dimensional...

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