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The ability to approach a problem through different methods is the key for success in any math-based subject. During the two years and a half that I've tutored as a volunteer at my community college (under a MESA program), I learned a lot from the inquiries that college students had and, as a consequence, from my mistakes as well. I realized that

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I've tutored algebra for about 2 years and a half under a MESA program at Ventura College. I've tutored high school and college students. What I've found really helpful when tutoring students in algebra is to show them the shortcuts they can take to simplify operations in the process of finding an answer.

I have tutored all calculus series at the MESA center at Ventura College for about 2 years. I tutored college students that struggled to either understand the graphical meaning of the mathematical expressions or the mathematical reasoning of every method behind any problem being solved. I have taken all calculus series at a college level and got A's in all of them. I emphasize a lot the connection between a mathematical expression and its graphical representation because calculus can only be understood entirely when both of these aspects are mastered.

I've tutored calculus-based physics (including mechanics, electricity and electromagnetism, optics, heat, and modern physics) for about two years. I regularly tutored sophomore college students that were struggling with the understanding of the main concepts underlying a problem. I personally learned that, in order to achieve a great understanding of the physical concepts surrounding a problem, you need to play with the math tools that you have under your control and arrange them using your common physical sense. That common physical sense, everyone has it, but it needs to be addressed by a mentor who has passed through the process by himself.

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