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...Four areas make up the score for the Armed Forces Qualifying Test (AFQT) - Arithmetic Reasoning, Word Knowledge, Paragraph Comprehension and Mathematics Knowledge. I have taught and tutored all of these specific subject areas for 8 years, and I will be happy to work with you as you prepare to ta...

...I can also tutor college level math subjects such as Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Number Theory, and more. I am especially adept at cutting through jargon and making sure that students attain a demonstrable mastery of the subjects, using rules, memory devices, clear cut examples, and ...

...As a chemistry major and scientist, I found that a thorough grasp of algebra and mathematics in general served me well throughout my career. As far as Algebra I specifically, I enjoy explaining word problems with systems of equations and showing how they can be related to everyday life as well a...

...For the past three years, I have had the privilege of working with middle school students in the Maryland public school system. I love being able to work with students and clients to help them better understand mathematics. The moment when a challenging problem becomes a "no-brainer" is the highlight of my week.

...It's also just as important to learn the language of mathematics, so we are prepared to communicate the higher, more abstract concepts in algebra. Java was the first programming language I really got involved in. I feel it's currently my strongest language, and it's also the language I use for most of my personal programming projects.

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