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...In the last several years, I have been a classroom teacher of middle- and high- school **math**ematics (3 years), as well as a private tutor (5 years); my subjects included pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, pre-calculus, and trigonometry. One of my high school students was completely **math**-phobic, but ...

I am a certified teacher who has worked with Fairfax County Public Schools for 17 years, and I have tutored many of those years as well. I recently relocated to California for a new experience and to be with my family. Working with students of all ages is easy for me and my calmness and sense of humor helps get my students motivated.

...I?ve also spent time in the **math** tutoring lab in a local college. Technology: I have taught Java and C++ to students and working engineers and prepared and taught courses in image processing, computer architecture, and color science. My experience is rich in that I have not only taught my subjects but also used them in industry as a researcher and developer.

...I received a score in the top one percent of all SAT test-takers (2240, far higher than the average incoming Harvard student). I have a breadth of experience tutoring pupils of all grade levels, from early middle school to exiting High School seniors, and in college even worked for the Princeton ...

...I have taught algebra 1 support, algebra 1, geometry, algebra 2 advanced, and pre calculus classes over the years. In addition to my formal teaching **math** experience, I have tutored one on one. With my **math** background, I am able to quickly identify mistakes and misconceptions that students are facing.

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