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...I began tutoring in high school-- mainly math subjects and ACT/SAT prep. Since then, I have gained several years worth of experience in tutoring math subjects ranging from elementary math to college calculus, high school level and college level chemistry, and ACT/SAT preparation. While in coll...

...Being in a new country, everything was different starting from the weather to the, language, culture and also the people. Nonetheless, coming from a diverse culture, it did not take time to adjust myself and start college. Having to handle hard times since I was younger, relocating was another challenge I had to overcome.

...I have reviewed numerous mathematics textbooks for Houghton-Mifflin. It is important to develop a level of confidence and comfort while working with learners. I would like to use the experience that I've accumulated over the years to make young people successful in understanding math concepts.

I am an electrical engineer registered in the state of Florida, and have been certified to teach physics and math at the high school level. As a professional teacher of mathematics, I enjoy the subject as well as teach it. I have two daughters in school, one of whom encouraged me to teach at the high school level.

...I've spent hundreds of hours tutoring calculus at the high school (Calculus AB/BC) and college (Calculus 1/2) level. Students that I've worked with consistently have earned the highest grades in the class. Geometry isn't just about lines and triangles; it's about mathematical maturity, learning how to start with a given set of facts and derive new facts.

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