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...Tutored numerous students in the past for the SAT math test. Served as a teaching assistant for stochastic processes in college I taught discrete and finite mathematics at Cornell University for a few semesters. I was able to place out of the course after examination by two professors.

...Having witnessed ?learned helplessness? and math phobias, both in school settings and beyond, I strive to help students to develop positive attitudes regarding mathematics. Mathematics is a stepping stone, not just a frustrating high school class. I use my energy and enthusiasm to promote positivity and active learning, helping all students access the mathematics curriculum.

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