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Since I was young, I've always loved to help my classmates out. In math, English, science and history I always tried to do what I could to express to my peers concepts or facts in a simple and clear way that didn't skim over topics. I found that helping people out not only brought me satisfaction, but also helped me to understand topics better.

...I have successfully taught both AP Calculus AB as well as AP Calculus BC. I have personally taught this class a number of times. It is a wonderful introduction to proofs as well as foundational trigonometry that will set the stage for calculus and other deeper applied mathematics.

...I have worked as a private mathematics and physics tutor. In addition, I have worked as a mathematics tutor for the Math Lab at City College of San Francisco. In college, I took lots of math, physics, geology, and engineering classes, which allowed me to obtain a strong background in science and mathematics.

...I have numerous references, children and adults. I pride myself on being able to motivate students, while remaining fun, personable and keeping the tone light yet very focused.I majored in mathematical and computational sciences at Stanford in 2006 and have been tutoring up to AB calculus and st...

...As a teacher credential, I also bring educational expertise and apply best practices for teaching math. My focus is on secondary math (including AP Calculus and AP Statistics), AP economics, and college admission tests; however, I do also have experience working with middle school math. I am available to tutor in-person or online Thursdays and Fridays after 4pm and anytime on weekends.

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