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...Thus, the lengthy test with many difficult sections. My experience has been that the the logical reasoning and logic games sections are the areas where practice results in the most improvement (reading comprehension take longer to change). In the logic areas, especially the games, there are a...

...I have extensive experience helping students master the foundations of **algebra**. I work with students using a variety of approaches, including concrete work with manipulatives or pictoral representations when needed to explain the symbolic reasoning involved. I enjoy helping students develop a strong understanding of **algebra**.

...As a discrete math tutor I challenge my students to learn about these core principles of mathematics in a way that is relevant to their life and surroundings. Differential equations require time and effort to master but they are essential to understanding of how mathematics underlies many real-w...

...At Trinity College, I enjoyed taking advanced German literature classes, which are held in German, to further expand my understanding of teaching advanced German. I am also available to tutor Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Visio and Outlook and Algebra. Please let me know if you have any further questions.

...When starting a tutoring session, I always make sure the student understands the concept of the lesson before trying any problems. I connect topics with real world examples to maintain relevancy for the student. When students get stuck, I do not just give them the answer, but I use lead-in questions to steer them in the right direction.

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