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...I am in my final year of study as a Physics and Math double major at Drexel University in Philadelphia. I have been tutoring in Drexel's Math Resource Center (MRC) for 3 years now (subjects include Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Single and Multivariable Calculus, and some higher level clas...

...After winning 1st place in PA on math competitions, I served as the Assistant Coach for Germantown Friends School?s MathCounts team. In that capacity, I taught small math classes and offered one-on-one help to students. From there, I began private tutoring and discovered the efficacy of tailoring my instruction to each individual learner.

...I would help them in math, and they would help me in another subject. As I how successful my friends were after helping them, I quickly became aware of the unique ability I have to explain math in ways others cannot. I was able to link the complex concepts with their previously learned concepts to make subjects like calculus much more understandable.

...Understanding is overrated and high school geometry can be so confusing! An appreciation of these two maxims is my unique starting point approach in tutoring high school geometry. Understanding is a process and many geometry students believe that without complete understanding of a theorem, postulate, corollary, or concept at first pass they're doomed.

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