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...I got a 740 in Math and a 640 in Reading (overall score 1380). My major in college (Architectural Engineering) also required a lot of algebra and geometry. The most advanced math classes I have taken are Calculus 3 and Differential Equations. I have considerable experience working with younger children, ages six and up.

...I have been described as very patient, can explain topics in ways that students understand, and can help your child to fill in any gaps in their understanding of mathematics. I have been teaching and tutoring Prealgebra for twenty five years and have had excellent results with my students. I am...

...The model teacher must first be a model student. I chose tutoring over traditional classroom instruction because of the higher degree of freedom it allows me to tailor my lessons to individual students. The advantage of working in a one-on-one setting is that I can meet the student at his or her level of understanding and progress through the material in a logical way from that point.

I graduated from Oklahoma State with a degree in mathematics in December of 2010. We recently moved to the Parsippany area after being in Kansas City, where I tutored for five years. I love tutoring because it gives me an opportunity to help the student have confidence in themselves, which in turn flows into the rest of life.

...I help my students form lists of the main ideas or concepts. I have a number of graphic organizers I suggest as templates that have been useful to my students over the years. I am also willing to meet with the teacher or with the parents and the school to help advocate for the student if needed.

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