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I graduated with a BA in Neuropsychology with honors (cum laude) from the University of Pennsylvania in 2010. Last year I was a full time teacher for the SAT abroad in Spain. Before that I also tutored students.

...I teach mathematical logic as a unit in both Liberal Arts Mathematics and Discrete Mathematics (both college level courses). The term "finite math" can mean many things. I have a Master's degree in Mathematics specializing in Number Theory and Abstract Algebra and I feel comfortable tutoring any undergraduate form of "finite math". Graduate level would be dependent on the specific topic.

...I have been a practicing engineer for many years and thus I am familiar with many practical applications of math concepts to real world examples. My teaching philosophy is to maintain a student-focused and student-engaged learning environment to ensure student comprehension and student success. ...

...I am ecstatic about this, but I won't stop until I get that 36 in one sitting! There are 3 things that separate me from other test prep tutors you will find. 1) I take the SAT and ACT at least once a year to keep my skills sharp and deliver the best prep possible to every student I work with. ...

...With My BA and MA degrees plus 45+ credits in Mathematics Education I am confident I can communicate the subject and the appreciation for Mathematics to many diverse students. I desire to help students understand the subject, not just give them answers. I want the student to understand where and how all those numbers and exponents, etc. relate to each other.

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