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...I often find, when working with my students, that an important component of the tutoring is attention to these skills in addition to the specific subject areas for which tutoring had been requested. I have a BA in mathematics from UCLA, where linear algebra (matrices, vector analysis, etc.) were...

...As there is no single magic formula for all students, I find making the lessons individualized the most important factor in success! Knowing algebra is a basic skill that will be tested all through the high school years and beyond. I have taught the math part to both the SAT and ACT prep courses through Silvan Learning for the past 3 years.

...Now I am happy to become a professional tutor so I can help more students. Precalculus is the integration of previously-learned concepts in algebra, analytic geometry and trigonometry in preparation for calculus and higher-level math. My years of teaching experience has equipped me with the ski...

...I have also done more traditional tutoring, both for high school and college level classes. Finally, I have taught complete beginners to speak Spanish "from scratch." Trigonometry is such a fun class! I truly consider it an entertaining exercise, and enjoy it as much as doing a crossword puzzle.

...I have taught and tutored Algebra 2 to the undergraduate students while studying for my Master's degree in Statistics, Math. I have tutored and taught different levels of math to undergraduate students while studying for my Masters in Statistics, math. I have several years of experience in tutoring Japanese students in English in Tokyo.

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