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...As a doctoral student in clinical psychology, I was hired by the university to teach study skills, test taking skills, and time management to incoming freshmen students. As part of this job, I was trained in and provided materials for each of these topics. I often find, when working with my stu...

...Students get packets of lesson slides for notes as well as practice slides to complete. We work together on problems to make sure they understand the "why" and not just the "how." This is important to do since the new SAT questions probe more into reasoning than "answering". FINAL NOTE: Workin...

...I would love to help you to understand the keys to the problems and ways to find the solutions. Do you have difficulty in solving problems in Algebra 2? I can help you to find ways to solve problems in polynomials, roots and zeros, graphs, algorithms, trigonometry, geometry, complex numbers, matrices and determinants, and word problems.

...I base my learning and now teaching on understanding rather than memorizing. This way, students begin any assignment and any exam with a kit packed with skills and confidence. In seventh grade, I petitioned my school to let me learn math faster through Brigham Young University's Independent Study Program.

...I discovered how much I enjoyed academia, and I went on to pursue my PhD in chemistry at UC Santa Cruz, where I graduated in June 2015. Throughout graduate school, I have taught and mentored undergraduate and high school students in chemistry. I believe that teaching and mentoring are great ways to build confidence, morale, and rapport with students.

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