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...For the past three years I have been self-studying mathematics extensively culminating in advanced plane **geometry** and a course on ordinary differential equations (calculus IV). These advanced courses required re-learning and mastering elementary and intermediate math techniques. I am adept with ...

...I am very familiar with the course structures from many professors in the statistics and economics departments. From all these experience, I've accumulated many high quality examples and teaching materials that I have developed over the years. Pre-college, and non UC Berkeley students are welcome to contact me.

...I am extremely comfortable tutoring Algebra 1 - I have a very strong grasp on the materials after tutoring the SAT, ACT, and high school math over the years. Through SAT/ACT tutoring I have learned a large number of tips and tricks that are very helpful for students struggling with Algebra. I have an extensive vocabulary.

...I believe that, while a subject can be difficult, with the proper teacher, you can succeed at just about anything you are willing to put the time into. I can help with reading, writing, standardized test preparation (including the SAT's), as well as mathematics up through Algebra and Geometry. Also, I am a very good writing coach, particularly when writing for a specific audience.

...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.

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