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UC Davis (chemical engineering)
If you need to brush up on your math skills and could use some tips on how to ace the quantitative section of the GMAT or GRE, I can help.
I have a BS in Chemical Engineering, Master's in Operations Research and Stanford MBA. I have years of experience leading teams in Operations in multiple industries. I have always loved to teach math and began tutoring when I was in high school. I continued tutoring in college, grad school and beyond.
I find math fascinating and fun and have always loved teaching others how to do math. As a young child, I talked my little sister and her friends into playing school so I could play the math teacher. When I was in high school, I began tutoring elementary school students and was a Pre-Algebra TA. I continued tutoring individuals and teaching math to small groups when I was in college, grad school and beyond. I love explaining to others how to solve complex math problems by breaking them down into easy to understand steps.
I achieved a GMAT score in the 98th percentile and look forward to helping you achieve awesome GMAT / GRE results too. If you need to brush up on your math skills and could use some tips on how to ace the quantitative section of the GMAT or GRE, I can help.
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