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...I studied high school math at Phillips Exeter, a top ranked prep school. With my math students, I draw heavily on Exeter's Harkness method, a discussion based style of teaching that allows the student to explore concepts by completing practice problems and explaining their methods and thought pr...

I recently graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with my Master's in biomedical engineering (BME). I received my B.S. in BME from Case Western Reserve University in 2010. I achieved a perfect score on the math section of my ACT (I'm originally from the Chicago area, we took the ACT over the SAT...

...If the student prefers a quiet environment, meeting online might be ideal. Noise-canceling headphones can make online meeting rather conducive for concentration. A library's tutoring room might be ideal for sensitive students.

...I also graduated with a **chemistry** degree. I completed a placement test which included Algebra 2 for the University of Pittsburgh in order to be enrolled in Calculus. I scored above average on the SAT.

...Whether or not you realize it, linear algebra is the most used branch of mathematics. At least in the sense that it is the language used to describe and solve nearly all "real world" problems that do not have an exact solution. The fundamental concepts are as important as the computations themselves, and a mastery of the topic requires daily practice much like studying a foreign language.

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