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I am a MIT graduate, and have been a math tutor/teacher for the last 16 years. I have taught or tutored all levels through Calculus BC & College Calculus -High school, middle school and college. My experience includes being a faculty math teacher at the NOTRE DAME ACADEMY (High School), a home-sch...

...I love math, and it is very rewarding to see the shift in attitude about math that comes with a new level of success. It can be life changing. Success in math tutoring requires three things: providing a clear explanation, participating in patient back and forth to insure understanding, and encouraging the student to do the work to cement the subtleties of the material.

...I have also taken the DAT and scored on the 98th percentile with a 24 PAT, 22AA and 22TS. I had an undergraduate GPA of 3.96 with mastery in all math subjects up to calculus and all science subjects such as chemistry, biology and physics. I also provide tutoring services for the SAT and ACT math section.

...I have also studied extensively in Real Analysis (or so-called Standard Analysis), affording me great familiarity with the theoretical rationale behind such topics as the Limiting Process, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, or the Chain Rule. I believe, while quite rigorous and initially intim...

...I've been tutoring math for almost ten years, in subjects ranging from elementary math through calculus. I recently graduated with a degree in mathematics from the University of La Verne, and an currently in the teaching credential program there, on my way to becoming a high school math teacher....

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