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UC San Diego (Communications)
A little bit about me:
I'm a lifelong student with several years of high school and college level tutoring experience. My undergraduate degree in communication and my masters in business have both given me additional insight in how to help people at many different levels understand the materials they are being taught in school.
In the end my goal is to help you accomplish your goals, be they helping a struggling child learn early mathematics, pass a class for high school, getting back into Algebra for community college, or for people coming back to math after a long absence. Math doesn't have to be a struggle, sometimes it's just about looking at problems from a different angle and I can teach you how to take that step back.
I specialize in Algebra 1 and Algebra 2. In addition I have a lot of experience working with students from other cultures.
I'm available nights and weekends and look forward to helping you find success. A little bit about me:
I'm a lifelong student with several years of high school and college level tutoring experience. My undergraduate degree in communication and my masters in business have both given me additional insight in how to help people at many different levels
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