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...I completed my MBA at UCLA Anderson in July, 2015. When I took the SAT the maximum score was 1600 and I received a 1500, which was in the 97th percentile at the time. After graduating from UC Berkeley, I took the GRE (like the SAT but for graduate school) and my Verbal Reasoning score was in the 96th percentile, while my Quantitative Reasoning (math) score was in the 93rd percentile.

...Once these patterns for strategies are learned, new problems don't seem as mysterious. As with all the math subjects I tutor, I've tutored Algebra 2 a lot. Having a degree in Applied Mathematics from UCLA, I have a strong grasp of the wide array of topics they introduce in Algebra 2, from higher order polynomials to matrices; from exponents to simplifying radicals.

...Beyond standard tutoring, I have designed curriculum for and privately taught supplementary and advanced English courses for 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th graders. I try to make everything as engaging and fun as possible, and after extensive research on the matter, I've come to the conclusion that...

I graduated from UCLA with a major in mathematics and a minor in French. I have tutored all 4 years at UCLA with 3 years of tutoring multivariable calculus at UCLA AAP for UCLA students. I also worked as full time teaching assistant for UCLA during the summer session for the class Precalculus.

...I've been teaching Geometry at various levels for ten years. I've developed some new methods for gaining understanding of key concepts such as the properties of angles and the relationships of triangles inscribed in a circle. These can give a student a sounder grasp of concepts than memorizing theorems or reading a text on Euclidean geometry.

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