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“**Great tutor. Very responsible.**”

I am a mathematics and physics major at Arizona State University and have been tutoring mathematics here since January 2013 (I tutored at the largest math tutoring center in the nation (ASU's) for 3 years and got a tutor of the year reward there one year). I am always ready to learn more math and share any knowledge of it with other people (in

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I'm very glad. Adam is a really prepared tutor and is really helping my daughter. She feels well prepared and gets her math stuff now. Adam is really responsible and always on time and when we send him an email he replays immediately.

Zoey was very impressed with Adam's knowledge of the subjects and his teaching style was easy to understand! We are looking forward to additional sessions throughout the semester!

Adam helped me hone my Calculus skills before my final by demonstrating his knowledge of the subject and teaching me new skills and tricks. He also provided numerous resources that proved to be helpful and I referred to a few times. I had some great conversation with Adam and overall would definitely choose again to tutor!

Adam had a lot of knowledge about relations, sets, cartesian product, and induction. In addition to the information given during the session he also provided other resources such as videos and textbooks.

Adam was very helpful in going over my review with me, he showed me tricks on my TI-84 calculator that I was not aware of. I would recommend him, wish I would have found him when I was in college algebra!

He was good with matrices and inverse operations for MAT 211 but struggled a lot helping me with probability questions. I recommend hiring a different tutor if you are taking MAT 211.

Adam was very good and really helped my grandson prepare for his algebra 2 final. I will definitely use him again!

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I received a 32 and 31 on my ACT math section both times I have taken it (junior and senior year of HS respectively). Since then I have taken many more math classes and have tutored math for an average of 12 hours a week for a year since I've finished high school (as of Dec. 2013).

I finished Algebra 1 while I was in Middle School and have tutored subjects ranging from algebra to subjects passed calculus. Algebra is difficult for many people because transitioning from arithmetic to algebra means looking at math not just in terms of numbers but in terms of variables. The best way in my opinion to tutor/teach algebra is to give concrete examples and to explain why things work the way they do in algebra.

If for example on an exam one forgets an algebraic rule but understands the concepts underlying it, then he or she can possibly re-derive it quickly and still do well on the exam; also it may then be easier for him or her to remember such an equations or rule. I also believe understanding the concepts at a deeper level brings more insight into mathematics and thus more appreciation for math.

I finished Algebra 2 my freshman year of high school with an A grade. I also have lots of algebra experience tutoring Pre-Calculus and Calculus I,II, & III from tutoring through ASU Plus through Honors and AP Physics in high school plus three semesters of Physics at ASU. My algebra tutoring/teaching philosophy is the following: explain the underlying concepts at play in the algebra and explain how to solve all types of problems involving these concepts.

I received a 5 on the AP Calculus BC calculus exam back in High School and got an A in Calculus III my first semester of college at Arizona State University. I have been tutoring Calculus since January 2013 (I also tutored Calculus I while in High School to some fellow classmates).

I have also taken many courses that have required using calculus including Math Methods for Physics II which required lots of vector calculus and Physics I,II, & III which applied many of the calculus concepts.

I have taken ordinary differential equations and Math Methods for Physics II at ASU in AZ. Math Methods for Physics II covered lots of partial differential equations including separation of variables in Cartesian, cylindrical, and spherical coordinates. I have been tutoring Differential equations at ASU for approximately 1 years time as of Dec. 2013. I can do things ranging from separation of variables to Laplace transformations.

At ASU, I have currently taken Math Structures (intro. to proof writing), Advanced Calculus (Introduction to Mathematical Analysis which is basically beginning proving calculus), Cryptography I (which has lots of number Theory), and introduction to Abstract Algebra as of Dec. 2013. All of these subjects cover more than 4/5th's of discrete mathematics. I have also tutored and have done review sessions(reviewed in front of a class of 30 or so students for their discrete math exam) at ASU for Discrete Mathematics.

Elementary Math is where I began liking math and playing games that have involved math. I like to help younger ones understand what is numbers are and what the binary operation +, -, *, and /. Then there are some neat tricks one can do with numbers. I am taking a class called Number Theory right now in fact that talks more about the theory of numbers and integers more precisely though I do have a little bit of Math analysis background if I wanted to talk about the real numbers.

I have taken MAT342 (Linear Algebra) my freshmen year of college at Arizona State University with an A in the class and a 100% on the final exam. I watched and took notes on over 90% of the Khan Academy Linear Algebra videos. I have been tutoring Linear Algebra at ASU since May 2013.

I studied logical fallacies and philosophical arguments frequency when I was in High School. I also have done four years of Mathematics courses that is fundamentally founded upon one's ability to use logic, write proofs, justify arguments rigorously, and pinpoint logical fallacies (formal and informal).

I received a 710 on the SAT math section my junior year of HS. Since then I have taken many more math classes and have tutored math for an average of 12 hours a week for a year since I've finished high school. (Updated Dec. 2013)

At ASU, I have taken IEE380 (Statistics for Engineers) and received an A, as well as STP421 (Probability) and received an A+. Statistics is one of the most frequent classes I tutor due to it being in high demand.

I studied Trigonometry extensively in High School. Then I have been tutoring Trigonometry for the past 5 years as of October 2017.

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