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...Just like in sports training, we will tackle the subject via exercises and problems that get progressively more complex, all the while with a friendly hand and mind. You will master analyzing problems, coming up with strategies, solving it and simple, common-sense ways of validating your solutions. You will unlock the potential of Math and Physics as tools to solve real-life problems.

...Excellence in a subject involves a joining of technical know-how with an understanding of the conceptual framework. With that in mind, I try to put every example and every lesson within the larger context of the material as a whole. I don't just want to teach you how to do a particular problem; I want to help you learn how that piece fits in the bigger picture.

...Since I have a sports background and I continue to play and watch sports, I use many sport techniques to bring the discipline needed to be successful for any test. Additionally, I keep up to date with changes on these tests by continuing to take the test myself! I recently took the SAT on Octob...

...This is how my love of mathematics grew and why I'm so passionate about helping people realize how brilliant they are in mathematics. I taught middle school and high school mathematics before beginning work on a PhD in mathematics education. I know teach future teachers how to be great math teachers!

...I moved to Druid Hills, and the commute to Vinings is pretty much impossible in Atlanta traffic, so I'm looking for tutoring opportunities closer to home. I love helping students and watching them have their "aha!" moment when the lightbulb clicks and they understand the lesson. I hope to help ...

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