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...I continued applying algebraic skills in high school, where I was a straight A student and completed Calculus as a junior. I tutored math through college to stay fresh. Finally, I have been using algebra ever since, from teaching college-level physics concepts to building courses for professional auditors.

...This was a two year curriculum. I have a Masters degree in applied mathematics and most coursework for a doctorate. This includes linear algebra, modern algebra, mathematical physics, topology, complex and real variable analysis and functional analysis in addition to calculus and differential equations.

...I want students to be successful and happy with not only their grade but their understanding of Algebra 1. I graduated with a degree with a B.S. in Environmental Science with intensive Biology courses for a full year, lectures and laboratories. I did very well with grades well above average; th...

...I look forward to your response, and to make you a better student.I have a Mathematics Minor with a focus on applied mathematics from Loyola University Chicago. I have been tutoring Algebra 1 for approximately 14 years. I keep up to date with the latest and most effective teaching methods through online seminars, tutoring videos and REA problem solving books.

...I invest in developing their confidence in properly doing the sequence of procedures to be learned in Prealgebra since success in all future math courses is dependent on these basic processes. All of my math tutees have commented on how simple math becomes as a result of my style of teaching the...

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