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With my unique background and education, I can work successfully with a wide variety of students who have a wide variety of "issues" with learning math. I understand where the problems are, and how best to get past them and onto a confident path to math success. My undergraduate degree is in mathematics, and I have worked as a computer professional, as well as a math tutor.

...I believe that establishing a good foundation in Mathematics is critical for a student?s future success and confidence ? in high school, in college and beyond in their careers. And I believe every student has the potential to be successful with Math. I can help by explaining Math concepts in simple ways the student can understand and remember.

I am a Stanford University graduate (B.A.) who has been tutoring math and the SAT/ACT for the past 3.5 years. I was a National Merit Scholarship finalist, an AP Scholar with Distinction and my high school valedictorian. I am fantastically interested in every topic under the sun due to my belief that all learning is interconnected.

My profession as a teacher gives me excellent experience working people at various ages, kids to young adults. I have experienced teaching all math subjects from arithmetic to calculus but my fortes are elementary, middle school common core maths, statistics, geometry and algebra. I have been tra...

...I have a lot of experience in test preparation. I'd love to continue helping students maximize their potentials and achieve high scores on their exams. Life is full of uncertainties and unpredictable events.

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