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...I'm a recent grad from the University of Texas. I've had experience tutoring a broad range of people--from children in first grade to peers in my university courses. I started a physics blog designed to be a quick and easy resource for derivations of prominent physics formulas, so I love helping people understand difficult topics.

...I have always had an interest in Mathematics, and the first three years of my degree have provided me with a broad knowledge of math and statistics. I volunteered to teach students after school to prepare them for math league competitions. I have also tutored some students at University of Houston.

...I wish to help the student understand what each problem is asking for and how to approach a solution. I explain the problem-solving methods and show them, and then I let the student apply the methods for themselves. I'm willing to drive to any place where the student wishes to meet me for their convenience.

...As a Rice University alum, I know that hard work and dedication to learning will pay off. I specialize in tutoring for Math for all grades (pre-K to College: Alegebra I/II, pre-Calculus, Calculus, Trigonometry, Geometry, Statistics, and more). To summarize, I have 5 years teaching experience as ...

...I encourage you to message me with any questions you may have regarding my experience in a particular subject or to schedule a tutorial with me! To keep everything nice and organized, I do prefer a 20-hour cancellation for any scheduled tutorials; that way I can open my availability to another s...

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