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...However, I am also happy to travel to another location if it is more convenient for the student. I look forward to hearing from you soon and helping you achieve success in your goals!Differential Equations was one of the advanced subject areas I covered in my Applied Mathematics degree. I Also ...

...I also have completed graduate coursework toward an M.Ed. in elementary education. As a classroom teacher with years of experience, I have had many students who have struggled with organization and study skills, and have seen first-hand the types of approaches that have worked for them as well a...

...Many moons ago when I took my SATs I received a 1600 (out of 1600 as it was those years ago). I love to teach and believe that any child can learn math and science with the right person. I do not take on very many students at a time as I like to offer my students personalized attention over th...

...So often, I encounter students who know how to "follow the steps" but lack the understanding of why a problem is solved in a particular way or what the answer actually means. The use of the Common Core standards asks students to see the meaning behind the math--I can help give them that understanding. I have been tutoring students in preparation for the SAT exam for the past 4 years.

...The good news is that it's not as difficult as it may seem - at least not basic single-variable calculus. I can help you overcome any obstacles you may have with respect to differentiation, integration, and any of their numerous applications. I can also help with related problems of limits, infinite series, and numerical methods for solving basic calculus problems.

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