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...This led me to obtaining a Statistics minor so that I could better understand the statistical tests behind all field studies. While I was at school at CSUMB, I was able to take my first physics class which eventually led to my first tutoring job. I tutored three different levels of physics as well as assisting with any other science classes that needed more tutoring support.

...SAT Math is not difficult math - but it is important! Working individually with a student I am able to determine what techniques and concepts they need to understand better and put my students on a fast-track to testing success. I love to help students understand Calculus better.

...Bio**statistics** takes our understanding of **statistics** and adapts it to use in a range of topics in biology. The major importance of this class of **statistics** is to find relevance in research projects and to answer key questions in project design such as:
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...The Montessori method of using concrete materials to build a foundation for abstract ideas is ideally suited for children struggling with reading or math concepts. I have many of these materials designed specifically for helping children lean elementary math skills. I am interested in working with homeschooling families and college students seeking daytime tutoring sessions.

...I make my students understand the concepts of derivative and integral first. Then I start to derive or integrate functions with them and help them get the required skills in dealing with them. Perfect shapes.

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