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...Because I am qualified to tutor in the higher level math courses, I am quite aware of the skills required to succeed there. That is the difficult skill able to "prove" a conjecture. This is the foundation of Geometry whereby various shapes are used to formulate conjectures that are able to be substantiated through well constructed and orderly formal proofs.

...I have been a math and science tutor for over 10 years, and I have helped students in K-12 and college. In high school, I gained experience grading papers for teachers as a T.A, and started tutoring after school in libraries and bookstores. I am patient, understanding, and reliable.

...I have tutored many students, both high school and college level, in the subject. My approach is to impart clear paths towards problem solutions, while reviewing and strengthening any core ideas in need of reinforcement. I also work with my students to develop effective study strategies, especially crucial for good performance in calculus.

...However, oftentimes the student is simply behind and needs a good tutor to help him/her ascertain which skills need to be brushed up. On the other hand, sometimes the student just needs to hear a concept explained in a different way. I have a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from Wesleyan University.

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