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University of California, Berkeley (Math and Economics)
California State University, Fullerton (Master's)
University of Arizona (Enrolled)
I've tutored off and on throughout my years in college, depending on my workload and projects. I've always tutored people in mathematics, and I've had the chance to work with individuals from a variety of backgrounds. I've also taught mathematics courses at a college level, and really enjoyed that experience as well.
Throughout these years I've found that learning something and teaching it, especially something like mathematics, is a challenge for both people involved. I don't believe in one size fits all, and I always work at trying to present things from the best angle for students. Tutoring provides a lot of one on one, which is excellent for that kind of interaction.
I'm very proficient in these subjects, since I've used them so extensively throughout my life. I'm currently a graduate student in a mathematics program, so many of these things I continue to use on a day to day basis. I've also taught and tutored, so I know it isn't just about how well you know something, but it's also how well you can present it.
Feel free to contact me about any other questions you may have about my background and experience. I've tutored off and on throughout my years in college, depending on my workload and projects. I've always tutored people in mathematics, and I've had the chance to work with individuals from a variety of backgrounds. I've also taught mathematics courses at a college level, and
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