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...Algebra 2 builds on the complexity of Algebra 1, typically introducing a range of new concepts such as nonlinear functions, systems of equations, and basic matrices. I love this course because it introduces students to a broad array of mathematical disciplines such as Linear Algebra, Trigonometr...

...I am an avid cook and baker, as well as super handy and crafty. (I won the holiday door decorating at school two years in a row by a land slide). As much as I enjoy teaching students new things or assisting them on current topics, I love learning new things from them as well. I look forward to h...

I am a recent graduate of UCR, having obtained a bachelor's degree in Physics. During my time there, I assisted my classmates with assignments to better understand the material in both independent and group study sessions. The majority of these sessions has consisted of homework help, where we would work together to find the solutions and help each other when we were stuck on problems.

...I have been in academics full-time since 2006, when I entered the University of California, Davis as a pre-med and microbiology major. I have a successful academic career that I owe to a fun and interactive study approach. I have led many study groups as an undergraduate student and in medical school.

...I found I also enjoyed explaining it to someone who wanted to learn or needed to learn the particular subject. I have always attempted to explain the subject matter in interesting and diverse ways, with the emphasis on the student solving problems on their own. In other words, teaching the too...

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