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...Having taught algebra over that same period I understand the relationship and the skills that carry over from algebra to geometry. I have taught at the local college. I have tutored at least 10 students over the last 5 years in geometry and have had very good results on the geometry regents.

...I will adapt my methods to suit your learning style, so that you will make notable progress. Your success in learning French is important to me. Over the years, I have had first hand experience in watching children grow and learn.

...Then remove the mental blockage that a particular subject is difficult or impossible to learn. Once this is done then I focus on getting the student to master the fundamentals of the subject and from that point the rest is usually a breeze with some practice and dedication. I work with children with special needs in my current position as a child and family therapist.

...Topics covered included Sequences and Series, Limits, Conic Sections, Sketching graphs, Finding roots of a Polynomial, Complex Numbers, etc. This was a difficult subject for most of the students. However, with proper guidance on techniques in problem solving, all became adept in mastering challenging problems, and went on to do well in their exams.

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