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“**Great tutor!**”

Most people say their least favorite subject is Mathematics, but it has always been my favorite. My favorite moment tutoring was when the student I was working with looked up from the Calculus problem she had just finished with a smile and said, "This is actually pretty fun." She had only been working with me for a month, had vowed that she wasn't

*For groups lessons of 3 or more students taking the same class, I charge $25 an hour per person.
For group lessons of 2 students taking the same class, I charge $30 an hour per student.*

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After my son's first session, he already feels confident that he can master Algebra I. The way she explained the material was easy for him grasp. He looks forward to his next session!

Mary is great. She has worked with my grandson weekly for some time now and his grade has improved in math. She is patient and explains things in detail to him.

Mary is patient and thoughtful in her approach to tutoring. We connected well and she definitely shared her love if math with me.

Mary was very patient and really took time to make sure that my daughter understood the concepts. We will definitely be seeing more of her this school year and I am confident that her grade will reflect Mary's tutoring.

Ms. L. was my 8th grade teacher last year, and now she's my private teacher and is doing a great job teaching me even more. Her teaching styles make it easier for me to learn and grasp new concepts.

Thanks Ms. L.

A subject matter expert ! Very knowledgeable in the subject of mathematics. I've gain confidence in myself in wanting to learn and succesding in the subject, especially in the college level and my career.

My daughter really enjoys her tutoring sessions with Mary and she has been such a great help with helping my daughter understand math. Not to mention just off of two sessions so far my daughter was able to bring her grade up!! I will definitely keep Mary around as long as she can!

Mary is right on point and knows her stuff. She was able to help my daughter after the first lesson. We look forward to more sessions with her.

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I taught Algebra 1 to an advanced class of 7th graders during the 14-15 school year. I have also taught college algebra, and I often tutor secondary and college algebra.

As a mathematics major I took and received an A in not only the standard calculus series, but also vector calculus and a real analysis series (sometimes known as advanced calculus because it mostly deals with proving the theorems used in calculus). I have tutored many high school and college students in Calculus (even AP Calculus students). Calculus is the class that made me realize my passion and aptitude for mathematics was something I wanted to pursue as my undergraduate major.

I took one semester of Differential Equations during my undergrad and received an A on my first try. I also tutored several students taking an introductory Differential Equations class during subsequent semesters as a Troy University Department of Mathematics Tutor.

I tested out of this course in college, but I tutored students in this course for the 2.5 years I worked as an on-campus tutor for the Troy University Department of Mathematics. The students who came to see me once a week or two often improved their grade in the course by two letter grades.

I took one course in Linear Algebra as an undergraduate at Troy University. I tutored fellow students while I was in the course and many more in later semesters as a Troy University Department of Mathematics Tutor.

I took one Intro to Advanced Mathematics course which mainly focused on Logic (my only B in a mathematics course as an undergrad, but 1/4 of the class failed). I completed my Computer Science minor which required knowing principles of logic when writing code. I completed many proof based advanced mathematics courses with all "A"s. It is impossible to understand such proofs and to be able to write your own if you don't know logic. Math is Logic. I also tutored many students in all of the courses mentioned above both during and after I took them myself as a Troy University Department of Mathematics Tutor.

I took and passed (according to MD standards) both the Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators (Core) exam and the Praxis Mathematics: Content Knowledge (5161) exam. On the math portion of the Core exam I did not miss a single question, and I only missed one question on the Mathematics Content Knowledge exam.

I taught honors and common core pre-algebra as a secondary mathematics teacher for two years at CMIT South. I am very familiar with the required standards, common mistakes students make, and the types of questions that show up most often on standardized test.

While I was a secondary mathematics teacher, my certification included Pre-Calculus. I also tutored many students in Pre-Calculus while working as a tutor for the Troy University Mathematics Department.

Besides being very comfortable with the level of math on the SAT, I am also knowledgeable about the test structure and some helpful time saving tips and strategies. I am a slow but accurate test taker, so learning these strategies was a must to a achieve the score that earned me my full tuition college scholarship. I have also tutored several students in ACT and SAT prep.

Trigonometry is a fundamental part of Calculus, Geometry, and Differential Equations. I excelled in all of those courses when I took them, and I have often tutored students in them as well. I also taught the basic Trig functions to my 7th grade algebra 1 students during the 14-15 school year, and it was one of the chapter tests with the best average of the school year.

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Mathematics: Pre-Algerbra to Calculus and more plus ACT/SAT/GRE