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...I taught myself logic when a student needed help with it. I found it quite easy once I realized it's a lot like algebra - most of the mathematical symbols and equations are analogous to algebra symbols and equations. It's a relatively simple topic, and is often about translating words and phrases into mathematical symbols.

...Typically, we will go through an ACT book of problems and do several exercises together, inspiring dozens of those "Oh yeah!" moments. After each lesson, the student gets stronger in the material, and can feel it. I have been happily tutoring for over 15 years, and so I have learned to relate mathematical concepts to a wide variety of students.

...A Math Mentor at any level? I am a caring, intelligent and entertaining tutor with over 7 years of experience working with high schoolers in SAT prep and in all levels of Math from Algebra I and Geometry through Calculus. I have a deep love of all things mathematical, and I find teaching reading strategies, writing techniques and even grammar rules to be a delight.

...I grew up in foggy Daly City, right outside of San Francisco. I have played soccer my whole life, including four years of varsity soccer at Penn, and also love snowboarding, surfing, and basketball. I speak Spanish fluently and Portuguese conversationally, the latter of which I picked up while coaching soccer in the favelas of Rio De Janeiro.

...It all comes down to helping my students see how each concepts are connected and reinforce with practice. Having a strong foundation in Algebra 2 is extremely critical in helping students succeed in their subsequent Math education. As a Calculus teacher, most of my students' struggle lies not in Calculus concepts but in their Algebra2 skills.

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