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...Today I have hundreds of hours of experience, with the majority in Algebra and Statistics, and I would be comfortable well into college math. During the learning process, small knowledge gaps from past courses tend to reappear as roadblocks down the line. By identifying and correcting these problems, I help students become effective independent learners for both current and future courses.

...You won't find me getting stuck on problems very often or getting definitions mixed up. All our time will be spent teaching, and I have a lot of experience doing just that. This is one of my favorite topics to tutor.

...I have a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and a Master's degree in Education from UC Santa Cruz. I taught for 12 years in public and charter schools as a credentialed math teacher. I have taught everything from pre-Algebra to pre-Calculus and IB Math Studies, which includes Probability, Statistics, Logic, and Differentiation with real-life applications.

...I have taken two logic courses at SDSU during 2011 and 2010 from Professor Carl Eckberg during my MA in Math teaching. They were in the computer science and the math departments but both covered logic including truth tables, circuits and more. I have been working with MATLAB and C++ together for several years now.

...I am a strong proponent of asking questions and building problem solving skills, and I encourage this in all of my students. In high school, I scored a 32 on the ACT, which was 98th percentile for the state of California and 99th percentile for the United States my year. My ACT Math score, in particular, was a 33, which was in the 99th percentile.

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