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...In high school, I tutored math subjects from algebra to precalculus, both during the school years and during summers. Near the end of high school, I decided to take teaching one step further and spent one summer as a volunteer English teacher in Pingtung, Taiwan. My passion for helping others learn didn't stop there.

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