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I offer Math and Science tutoring for students located in the NW suburbs of Chicago. My degree is in Mechanical Engineering from Rice University. I have worked in many positions related to the field as well as in software development.

...I strongly believe that students have the ability to succeed in any academic subject or standardized exams if they have the proper guidance and a willingness to put forth consistent effort in their work. As a tutor, I will do my best to help achieve mastery and success. If you are interested in...

...Through Mercy Home I've had the opportunity to work with multiple levels of elementary and high school students on a range of subjects. One of the things that has been helpful is paying careful attention to each student's learning style and adjusting to make each subject relevant, understandable...

...I have enjoyed tutoring students throughout the years, and to see them make the connections that are necessary in math. I can help you with Pre**algebra**, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Precalculus. I hope to hear from you soon and help you reach your goals in math.I have taught credit recovery Algebra I, an double block Algebra I course, Algebra I, and Honors Algebra I.

...Please reach out to me if you have any questions about anything I can help you with or if we can work something out.I have tutored students with their **algebra** coursework for over a year in a high school setting. Have also studied advanced **algebra** at the University of Michigan for Mathematics minor. I studied mathematics for my minor at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

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