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...My students have gone on to succeed at the Ivy Leagues. I took this course in college. I know all about the integers, combinations, permutations, discrete probability theory, graph theory, lattices, vertices, edges, chip-firing game.

...I have extensive teaching experience in High School Chemistry and College-level Chemistry. Before I moved to Bay Area, I served as a lecture/Teaching Assistant for college students for 5 years, teaching General Chemistry Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry. I also helped undergraduates in homework, assignments, research proposals and projects, etc.

...Based on my education and teaching experience, I think I am an excellent math teacher. How a teacher makes the difficult into the easy? How a math teacher motivates his/her students?

...Approach: As your tutor, my goals are to help you learn the material in an efficient and memorable way, and to develop strategies for tackling different types of problems. We can work with your materials (textbook, notes, homework) or I can provide you with notes, worksheets, and online resources. Background: I am a credentialed high school math teacher.

...I also taught a seminar on public speaking. While in college, I tutored for the Mathematics and Computer Science departments, working with students on an individual and group basis. Topics taught included basic math, statistics, probability and calculus as well as computer programming languages, algorithms and data structures.

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