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Utica College of Syracuse University (Mathematics)
Hello, and welcome to my corner of the world! Okay, so you either need help in your mathematics course(s), you're studying for SAT/ACT/GRE/ASVAB or other examinations, or you want to strengthen your skills. Although math can be quite challenging at any level, it can also be fun -- so, smile!
I have more than five years of private tutoring (one-on-one) experience with Algebra, Geometry, etc. plus additional experience guiding students through remedial mathematics programs at a community college in Upstate New York. My education includes courses at the University of Notre Dame, an Associate in Science, and a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics from Utica College of Syracuse University.
My other work includes more than fifteen years of Operations Management in the transportation, staffing industry, and event industries. I have architectural drafting experience in the mobile commercial building business, and probably a couple of other things that escape me. Through all of this time, the common thread has been my interest in math -- so many applications (Okay... and music... I also play and offer guitar lessons).
Enough about me... what about you? Thanks for spending your time reading about me, and I hope to hear from you soon! Hello, and welcome to my corner of the world! Okay, so you either need help in your mathematics course(s), you're studying for SAT/ACT/… Read more
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