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...I watch the students work problems and see how they react to instruction and adjust my tutoring style accordingly. I majored in math as a student, and took the entire Calculus series, and I received A's in all my classes. So you can rely on the fact that I know the material well.

...Locally, I have provided teaching and counseling at the University of California, San Diego, and the Preuss School at UCSD. I also have experience preparing high school and college students for standardized tests including the SAT, ACT and GRE programs. I understand that your time is precious - I will work with you to tailor tutoring for your schedule.

...Also suggest problems that play to their strengths in order to build up their confidence. I took a course on Discrete Mathematics as part of my distributed minor when pursuing a Ph.D. in Computer Sciences. During my teaching career I've taught an equivalent course, Computational Mathematics, several times.

...The ability to communicate clearly and quickly is crucial in today's quickly moving world. For those looking for help with reading, we will work with the building blocks of vocabulary and grammar as it helps in grasping meaning. We will also work on increasing your reading speed, retention of information and skills for skimming for information quickly and accurately.

...I provide students with a way to "read" their math problems that allows them to better understand the basis of new concepts. Math is an everyday language, and my method of tutoring Algebra concentrates on that fact. I provide students with a way to "read" their math problems that allows them to better understand the basis of new concepts.

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