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...I hold myself to high standards for success and will work with you to find how you best learn material, whether it be through guided lessons, further homework, or whatever you feel best helps you to understand the material. I do ask that I be given 24 hour notice for cancellations but can be fle...

...I currently serve as the math department chair and teach Calculus AB and Algebra II at my school. I have experience teaching ACT and SAT prep, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra II, Algebra II/Trig, Pre-Calculus, Math Analysis, and Calculus AB. I strive to help students not only understand the concep...

...I love seeing students get the, "A-ha" moment, when a concept finally clicks and he/she realizes that it all makes sense now! I work with children of all ages (K-12) as well as adults; I look forward to meeting new students and helping them understand math since it is a struggle for so many. Parents are always welcome to sit in on any and all sessions until mutual trust is established.

I am a British national and recently completed my Ph.D studies at Cambridge University during which I actively tutored students of all ages with a passion to understand their science and mathematic subjects. Having just moved to the United States, it is my desire to continue this role, especially f...

...I find however, that some students - even some with good grades in math - just get lost in a "forest" of algebra and cannot see the physics ideas that are the essence of the material. I have developed tutoring approaches to working through the math to the physics that have been successful. Quit...

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