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Arizona State University (Computational Math)
I have a bachelor in computational mathematics with a 4.00 GPA. I can tutor all level of mathematics. I also graduated from a french high school, and I can tutor French as well.
All Math subjects, up to undergraduate level. I am a native french speaker, and I graduated from a french high school.
I have been a teacher assistant, and I worked in the math tutoring center for the past two years at ASU. I have also given private lessons in Math and Computer programming for high school and college students. With regards to my studies, I took both classes PHI103 (Principles of sound reasoning) and MAT300 (mathematical structure), and I got A, A+.
My approach is to make the student able to solve difficult problems by asking the right questions. Thereafter, it becomes very easy to solve average problems. I believe, the most important to succeed in mathematics, is to understand the basics perfectly from the beginning. I don't just teach the material but try to teach the way of thinking, so it is easy to solve all kind of quantitative problems. I have a bachelor in computational mathematics with a 4.00 GPA. I can tutor all level of mathematics. I also graduated from a french high school, and I can tutor French as well.
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