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...It is a wonderful introduction to proofs as well as foundational trigonometry that will set the stage for calculus and other deeper applied mathematics. While teaching at an international school in India I had the privilege of teaching Pre-Algebra for a number of years. This class is a wonderful foundation to the building blocks of mathematics.

...We review all past tests to make sure that the student understands each problem on the test. We review and learn any missing knowledge in the student?s math background that may be needed to master the current subject. Since repetition is very important in studying math, we work on extra problems either from the book or that I offer myself.

...We'll spend an hour or two each week working and playing with math concepts, discussing mathematical principles, and focusing on any uncertainties or difficulties that you are having. There will be an emphasis on having fun, so puzzles and games, and real-world problems, will be used as instruction tools. No homework will be assigned.

...And I do so in a positive, patient and encouraging manner. I am a graduate of Stanford and Harvard. While I studied engineering and business, I have enjoyed Math since grade school when I was selected for experimental programs in Symbolic Logic and a new form of Algebra.

...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...

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