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...Below is a list of relevant coursework I've taken in college:- Calculus I, Calculus II, Multivariable & Vector Calculus, Differential Equations, Mathematical Methods, Finite Math for Business, Business Statistics, Various Economics Courses, and Various Graduate Level Courses in the field of educa...

...The bulk of my tutoring experience is with **algebra** and pre-calculus/trigonometry, but I am able to work with a variety math and computer classes. I am happy to provide references if desired. I so look forward to working with you to help you succeed in my favorite subjects.

...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. I believe I have the experience to know what students need to be successful in Algebra.

I worked as a tutor at my college's Writing Center for 3 years. During my final year there, I was one of the Lead Tutors, so in addition to helping students improve their writing skills, I developed tutoring materials and trained new tutors. My goal when tutoring is to help students develop confidence in their ability to learn.

...Government and Politics, English Literature and Composition/ 4: U.S. History, Chemistry, Physics/ 3: Calculus). My passions are learning about this world (and beyond) and playing and writing music. I love to help others nail their educational and musical goals and stretch themselves further than they ever thought possible!

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