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The university of Denver (Mathematics, INTS)
My name is Ariel H., and I am a math major at the University of Denver. I tutor students with recognized learning challenges, as well as outside students in the Denver area. I tutored math 030 - 099 (entry level maths) at Arapahoe Community College for 2 semesters and now I tutor students with learning challenges at DU. I tend to approach math with a real - world perspective, interpreting problems and equations in terms of how they communicate an observable principle. I'm 19 years old, and have had experience tutoring a large range of ages, from high school students to those returning to school after many years. I'm very easy-going, and well versed in different methods of solving problems.
While my experience tutoring has been primarily with math, I also am certified to tutor in a few other subjects, such as reading. My name is Ariel H., and I am a math major at the University of Denver. I tutor students with recognized learning challenges, as well as outside students in the Denver area. I tutored math 030 - 099 (entry level maths) at Arapahoe Community
My daughter had some summer homework for a calculus class. There were several problems that she couldn't manage on her own. And she was super stressed with the start of school soon approaching. But an hour of Ariel's help turned her stress into confidence. Not only did he help her understand specific problems, he also showed her techniques that helped speed-up problem solving. Highly recommended!
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