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...I am willing to tutor other math subjects as well (i.e., statistics, probability). I am also an adjunct professor at a local community college. In grade school, and at the university level, I did very well in my math classes but math didn't feel like it came naturally to me - I had to work at it - and I believe anyone can do the same! I'm happy to work with students of all ages.

...I currently teach at the University level and have taught everything from basic math and algebra all the way up to calculus. I started my college career at a community college. The first class I ever taught was Intro to Statistics and it is the class I have taught more than any other course.

...I completed one year of Organic Chemistry in College and used organic chemistry in graduate school and in my work as a water resources engineer. I am able to help with all portions of the TEAS exam but my specialties will be in the math and science portions. My broad background in the sciences ...

...Thinking loudly when solving a problem in from of my students is one of the tricks to give them an idea of how they should think of its solution, instead offering them to memorize some steps and following them, I always give my students the chance to make their own algorithm, or map to solve. Le...

...I started as the Supplemental Instructor for the introductory statistics class at the University of Wyoming in January of 2012 and have maintained that position ever since. One of the terms of my supplemental instruction position is sitting through the statistics course each semester, this means...

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