I attended a public high school in the state of Connecticut and graduated in the top 18% of my class with honors. After high school, I studied engineering at the University of Southern California and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree. I have a strong interest and background in mathematics and have tutored students of all ages in Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry and Trigonometry for the past 11 years, including settings geared toward preparing young students for PSAT and SAT math testing. I have primarily tutored one-on-one with students. However, I have 4 years of substitute teaching and adult education teaching experience, as well as experience with group tutoring, including as many as 12 math students in a given setting.
I most recently completed a Master of Science degree (2011-2013) from the University of Phoenix with a concentration in accounting/forensic accounting. In addition, I am a 12-year member of the United States Chess Federation, currently holding a professional rating and a Local Tournament Director designation. I enjoy teaching and tutoring new players of all ages in opening theory, principles, rules of the game, strategy and tactics. As with mathematics, I am available for one-on-one or group tutoring sessions.
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