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...I have successfully taught geometry to many students. I understand how to maintain the delicate balance between teaching new mathematical concepts at a steady pace and guiding practice in understood concepts. In my undergraduate studies in math, I had ample opportunities to learn intermediate and advanced math at a deep level and to explore connections between different math areas.

...My advance graduate degrees are also in the area of Statistics - so I can tutor Introduction to Statistics and Biostatistics, as well as statistical programs such as SPSS, SAS, SAS-JMP. I can also tutor in Math - elementary Math, Algebra. Also, I have extensive experience in scientific report and thesis writing and analysis.

...I accepted, and it was the best decision I ever made. I fell in love with tutoring during the next two years in college, helping fellow students succeed in their courses and bonding with them in the process. I even tutored during the summers in between, including the summer after my graduation.

I have been a private math tutor for over ten(10) years and am a certified secondary math instructor in the state of Texas. I have taught middle and high-school math for over ten (10) years. I am available to travel all over the greater Houston area, including as far south as Pearland, as far north as Spring, as far west as Katy and as far east as the Galena Park/Pasadena area.

...My tutoring method tends to be old school and emphasizes learning by doing. In the areas where the student is having problems, I will demonstrate how to do the work, let them attempt it on another example, and then check the student's work. If he/she gets it right, we go on to the next topic.

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