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...Advanced algebra always seems complicated to the uninitiated. I know how to help them see that polynomials are just the next step after quadratics and that sequences are just special kinds of lists. I have helped many students to master the art of the two-column proof and to discern the differences between similar and congruent triangles.

...My major at the University of Michigan was biology and I have a master's degree in science education from Georgia State University. I have taught chemistry for 27 years. I have had a great deal of success working one on one with students, which I find to be the most rewarding part of teaching.

...I have taught all high school levels of geometry and have tutored in this area for nearly 20 years. My expertise in this area enables me to adequately tailor my tutoring sessions according to the learning style of each student. I taught Pre-Algebra for several years and have tutored in this area for 20 years.

...I have been able to consistently help my students increase their GMAT scores significantly by reviewing all math, grammar, and language concepts that one needs to know for each test, and by teaching helpful strategies to approach the test effectively. I am originally from the Netherlands and Dutch is my native language. I have helped several students in the U.S. with Dutch.

Geometry is such a fun math topic - it is intuitive, practical and physical. It is easy to see why the theories work if you break them down and use a lot of practical examples. Unfortunately, the reason students hate geometry is proofs.

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