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...Many mathematicians and scientists are motivated to learn math because of its inherent beauty and intellectual challenge. However, many more students are not motivated by the intellectual challenge and do not appreciate the distinction ?mathematical elegance.? These students? experiences in mat...

...Most importantly I love seeing my students succeed. I began tutoring in high school and have most recently have been tutoring my medical school classmates in statistics, anatomy and other subjects. I studied learning, development and coaching throughout my undergraduate education and apply these concepts to structure efficient learning opportunities.

...Back in high school, I was an exemplary math student as well as a track athlete and the Glacier Peak Robotics president my senior year. During the winter of 2016, I gained experience by working in a classroom. At my former high school, I reconnected with my old geometry and calculus teacher and proceeded to volunteer in his class.

...I will help you with the technology aspect without charging for extra time and I offer free e-mail support. Contact me today!Prealgebra is the foundation for all upper level math and as such it is incredibly important for a student to fully understand prealgebra concepts. I enjoy helping studen...

...I enjoy tutoring elementary school students in math and other subjects, trying to make the subject fun and easy to learn. I've helped many students improve their grades. If you don't understand something, such as a math problem, I can simplify it until you get it and solve it all by yourself.

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