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...Calculus can be a difficult subject, because it requires a degree of abstraction that most students have not seen before. It introduces concepts involving continuous change rather than equations and shapes that remain static. It includes some of the most important tools that are used in solving real-world problems in the physical world.

...I pride myself on using universal comparatives and tangible examples so that my students can understand even abstract principles in their own terms. In physics and mathematics alike, equations work for a reason. If the reasoning makes sense, my students can solve any problem and achieve whatever they set out to do.

...In the past two years alone, I have tutored more than 50 students, several for an entire school year. I am excited to help students achieve success in math. I understand the multiple stresses students are under, especially as they endure the college application process with all its demands.

...I've also initiated and taught after school chess and theater groups.I have recently completed a Masters of Education to teach High School English and have been teaching students writing for over 12 years. I am currently the copy editor for an international fashion magazine, StyleZeigeist Magazine. I proofread for grammar, spelling, punctuation, and flow.

...Mathematics particularly is a subject where knowledge gaps in elementary arithmetic and algebra can cause cascading problems. A student who can easily factor a quadratic equation with multiple techniques may misunderstand "simpler" ideas, such as the meaning of negative exponents. A student who...

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