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...My goal is to make the individual topics not only easy to understand but also intuitive to the point that my students can do more complex problems without much more effort. My specialty is in math, but I tutor science and economics as well and provide standardized test preparation. For those students applying for college, I also offer personal essay review and advice.

...Philosophy of Mind, of Law, and of Politics) while studying abroad at the University of Oxford. Professionally, I have experience leading quantitative web marketing (SEO, SEM) campaigns, have written copy, and have marketed businesses online. Well-rounded, I also have additional British political PR experience.

...Exponents, radicals, logarithms, systems of linear equations, complex numbers, quadratic equations. Introduction to the concepts of numerical, graphical, symbolic differentiation, techniques of integration, applications of the integral, an introduction to solutions of differential equations, inf...

...My tutoring style is strongly influenced by the positive experience that I gained from these personalized instruction with students. Each student has a different way of learning a subject. In tutoring, I always make it a point to figure out the student's style of learning and I plan my tutoring...

...I have also tutored students who were taking the Algebra I state test and they were successful on the test. I am currently teaching Algebra II in Northern Virginia. I am up to date on state standards and practicing for the SOL.

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