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...I completed math classes at the university level through advanced calculus. This includes two semesters of elementary calculus, vector and multi-variable calculus, courses in linear algebra, differential equations, analysis, complex variables, number theory, and non-euclidean geometry. I taught Trigonometry with a national tutoring chain for five years.

...It takes all the skills learned in Algebra 1&2 to a much deeper level, while at the same time advances several concepts begun in Geometry. The goal of Precalculus is to prepare students for Calculus by exposing them to a variety of graphs and functions which will be used or seen in higher level math. It is a great deal of fun, especially if you like puzzles.

...When it comes to culturally-related subjects such as language learning (in Chinese), I'm pretty good at contextualizing the language skills in the specific cultural context of the Chinese way of life, in which I was born into and raised. My English skills are almost native (almost no accent), wh...

For the last two years I have been working as a private and class tutor for all sections of the SATs, including the essay. I have been working for a nonprofit SAT tutoring camp where I have worked with students with scores ranging from 900-2100 out of 2400. I have raised scores usually between 200 to 400 points.

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