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...If you require help in polishing something you've already written, I can ensure that the work you ultimately submit will not contain any embarrassing errors. Wrapped up studies at Washington University School of Law less than a year ago. If you're still in law school, or applying... I feel your pain, and I can help!

...I achieved the highest grade in my organic chemistry class as well as achieved 87th percentile on the MCAT for physical and chemical foundations section. I worked with Revit two years of my four at Judson University for architecture, I've had three architectural internships in architecture, two architecture specific, one mechanical engineer geared. I earned 88% in my sociology class.

...I have gained a high degree of understanding of math, and I love teaching it to junior high and high school students. I have learned many strategies over the years for teaching math from elementary level through Calculus. I love to see students "Aha!" moments when it comes to math.

...My methods have proven to be very successful. I have a Masters degree in applied mathematics and most coursework for a doctorate. This includes linear algebra, modern algebra, mathematical **physics**, topology, complex and real variable analysis and functional analysis in addition to calculus and differential equations.

...My approach to teaching Algebra is conceptual. I train my students to make connections between the abstraction of Algebra and real-world applications. B.S., Benedictine University M.S., University of Chicago I have a B.S., Benedictine University, and M.S., University of Chicago.

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