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...I am experienced with the curriculum the local districts use and have a lot of supplemental work to help with remediation if needed. I also have experience helping students do well on state and college entrance tests like the SAT. During a typical tutoring session, I will first help the student finish any homework assignment or prepare for a test.

...I also have the experience of preparing for military tests since I attended a large variety of schools as a member of the United States Marines and United States Army. As a former Marine Non-commissioned Officer, Graduate of Army Officer Candidate School, Army Field Artillery Officer Basic Cours...

...Since I always had a strong inclination to logic and structure I really enjoyed learning how to prove theorems and develop proofs. If anyone is struggling with these concepts I can remove any obstacle from their path and teach them these principals. Looking at my qualifications in other math subjects, it would be easy to see why teaching Prealgebra is so second nature for me.

...I feel very comfortable with lower level math (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and algebra. I have been subbing Elementary school for quite some time and feel confident in my abilities to work with this age group. I have also individually tutored tutored students in Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 5th grade.

...My knowledge and experience in music theory and applications are sufficient to tutor beginning and intermediate students of the violin and viola, among other instruments. I've been working with linear Algebra since 1994. The only thing that's changed since then, is the status of Fermat's Theorem!

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