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...Prior to becoming a teacher I was a Healthcare Actuary for a insurance company and consulting firm, while tutoring on the side. I have tutored in some capacity for almost 20 years. I majored in actuarial mathematics at Penn State University in 2001 and earned my Fellowship of the Society of Actuaries in 2008.

...I earned a CRLA Advanced Tutorial Certificate for continued training and supervised tutoring. I have tutored classes in CA Community College math labs for a total of 5 years. Those courses were the same classes that I took and passed with a 4.0 at my first college; Algebra I & II, College Algebra, Trigonometry, and Calculus I, II, and III.

...The subjects covered are all Mathematics from Pre-Algebra to Calculus. Subjects like Linear Algebra, Statistics, Discrete Mathematics and Probability are also provided to those interested. I have always been successful in delivering to the expectation of my students.

...If a student works as hard as they can, they have already succeeded. As a tutor, I will strive to incorporate these three tenets into a program that is specifically tailored for to each student. Everyone learns differently, and everyone has a unique personality, and it's important to the success of the session to acknowledge this.

...I received my multiple subjects credential in December 2011. I am currently working on a single subject math credential to teach middle school students.I have experience in elementary school subjects. My specialty is in math.

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