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...Algebra is also one of those subjects that keeps coming back in many of your other classes. I can give you the confidence you need to tackle algebra wherever you see it. I completed my Bachelor's degree in Political Science, and I took a particular interest in American politics.

...I have background in peer-tutoring when I was in school, helping in both Physics and Math. I also work at Mathnasium and as a math aide, with plenty of classroom experience under my belt.This was my major in college. This is a field I am passionate in and have much background in on a personal, out-of-classroom basis.

...I understand that math is not everyone's favorite subject as it was not always mine throughout high school. However, once I started in Calculus classes at Northwestern, I found that I really enjoyed math. The number one reason I became a teacher was that math was not always easy, but since I persevered through the high school curriculum, I was very successful at Northwestern.

...Statistics has real-world applicability that many of my students can relate to, so my goal is connect my students' intuitions about statistics with the formal math that they need to succeed in their courses. I have worked with a handful of SAT Math students (including work on the Math subject te...

...I have tutored and taught discrete math many times, and it's one of my favorite subjects. I have taught and tutored college level differential equations many times, helping students make sense of first-order equations, second-order linear equations, Laplace transforms, homogenous equations, and ...

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