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“**Kaitlin is the best.**”

My name is Kaitlin O., and I'm a 29 year old math nerd. I began tutoring when I was in National Honors Society in high school and have been doing it ever since. I’ve tutored students from middle school age all the way up to college students and have had great success with all of them.

In college, I tutored fellow students in math at the

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Kaitlin helped my son raise 40 points in the placement test at LLCC. He will be starting at college level math. So he doesn't need to take any remedial classes. Kaitlin is a wonderful tutor. She is very approachable. She explains the material in ways that helps you understand it better. Also she is very patient with her students.

You need to be charging more, Kaitlin.

Just a few sessions and my son's grades are improving. He has more confidence! Kaitlin goes above and beyond most tutors, not just with the subject at hand but how you will use it in the future.

Kaitlin was very nice and patient with our 2 boys age 10 and 12. They said that she made it easy for them to remember things that they didn't know. They appeared interested in learning and they are excited to return to their next lesson.

Lisa had a huge smile today. She was excited to complete her homework correctly on her own. Confidence is a wonderful thing. Your enthusiasm is contagious.

Helped me pass my geometry class while attending Lincoln land community college. I struggled and ended up finding the correct tutor with Kaitlin in whom I am grateful for.

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As a high school student I received a 26 on the ACT in 2004. I have tutored many students in ACT prep and have helped students prepare and improve their scores.

As a high school student I received a 26 on the ACT in 2004. Since then I have learned many tips and tricks to help students do well on the ACT. I have tutored many students in ACT Math and have helped students prepare and improve their scores.

I have helped many students to prepare and improve their overall ACT scores using tips and tricks that I have learned both as a taker of the ACT and as a tutor. I can help students improve their reading scores by showing them how to pull important information from passages and answer as many questions as possible in the allotted time.

I initially started my college career as a Chemistry major and planned to teach high school chemistry. This background helps me to assist students in understanding how to do well on the Science section of the ACT and how to successfully navigate the passages.

I have an Associate's and Bachelor's degree in mathematics. In the pursuit of my degrees, I have taken algebra courses such as Linear Algebra and Abstract Algebra. I have also previously tutored students in both high school and college level algebra.

In addition to having taken Linear Algebra and Abstract Algebra, I also took Mathematical Statistics I, Statistical Methods, and Operations Research Methods in pursuit of my degree. According to Common Core standards, statistics and data analysis is introduced in Algebra 2.

In the pursuit of my degrees, I took a total of 4 calculus courses including Advanced Calculus which studied elementary ordinary differential equations, special functions defined by power series and by integrals, and Fourier series. Additionally, I also took Calculus AP in high school and scored the highest in my graduating class.

In the pursuit of my degrees, I took a 400 level course in geometry which was systematic study of the consequences of the parallel postulate in Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometries.

I have taken algebra courses such as Linear Algebra for which I received an A- and Abstract Algebra for which I received a B. I have also previously tutored students in both high school and college level algebra.

I took a total of 4 calculus courses in the pursuit of my degree including Calculus I (A), Calculus II (B), Calculus III (C), and Advanced Calculus (C). I also took Calculus AP in high school and scored the highest in my graduating class.

Although I have never taken a formal trigonometry course, trig was covered in my advanced prealgebra class in high school, in which I received an A.

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