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I graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo in 2012 with a B.S. in Mathematics. I've been tutoring math since high school, though, and so far I've helped more than 40 students. My students have ranged in age from 10 to 55, and in subjects from pre-algebra to calculus and statistics.

...I have a technical background with emphasis in Problem solving and Math. I have used this knowledge to develop algorithms related to human speech, audio, images and now, biomedical signals. Matlab has been my official playing field for the development of these algorithms.

...I was an instructor at some of the top test prep companies, so among my specialties is preparation for standardized tests like SAT, ACT, SSAT, and many others. I am very effective in helping students improve their test scores: in a past testing year all of my SAT students scored 700 and above! Some of them were scoring in mid-500, when I started working with them.

...I have received top grades for all the **statistics** courses I have taken and I have experience as a research assistant in multiple research projects in which I was responsible for statistical data analysis. Therefore, I specialize in high school AP **statistics**, as well as college introductory courses in **statistics**. I also specialize in Excel, Microsoft, and PowerPoint skills.

...I've received feedback that I make students feel more comfortable and confident about learning math. I agree strongly with psychologist Carol Dweck's theory of the "growth mindset" that success has to little to do with inherent "smartness" and comes from effort, practice, and learning from errors. I prefer to allow students to explore multiple ways to solve a problem.

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