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...I experienced teaching all math subjects from arithmetic to calculus but my forte are **statistics**, geometry and algebra. I am a patient, trustworthy, dedicated educator who committed to work to the fullest of my ability. I am also proficient in working with Excel, Word, PowerPoint and has skill to use statistical program, SPSS.

Hi I'm Zoheb! I currently work at Cisco systems as a Financial Analyst. I also do some consulting for the Bureau of Labor Statistics as an economist analyzing the inflation in the bay area.

...I care about the student's academic growth as well as their personal growth. I enjoy close interaction with my students and respect their individuality.I was born in Beijing China, I have taught many Chinese students and taught in after school programs in the U.S. I have my own Chinese students since 4 years ago.

...That, combined with my experience teaching other languages, makes me a very good teacher of grammar. I have probably tutored more people in geometry than in any other subject. This is not surprising, because geometry is the first class where students encounter math of a different kind, involving proofs and abstract concepts rather than simply numbers and operations.

...I have been a professional tutor since 2003, specializing in math (pre-algebra through AP calculus), AP **statistics**, and standardized test preparation. I am very effective in helping students to not just get a better grade, but to really understand the subject matter and the reasons why things work the way they do. I do this in a way that is positive, supportive, and also fun.

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