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Portland Community College (Mathematics)
I am currently a student finishing up my associate's at PCC. I am currently working towards a major in mathematics as well as looking into a physics or computer science minor. I have always enjoyed math and as a tutor I make it my goal to help others appreciate it as well.
My experience is limited, but what I do know I have a solid and complete understanding of. I have spent many hours assisting classmates and friends in their coursework and I'm using this platform to reach out and help others as well. I believe that the best kind of learning is that which we do when we teach as it requires you to know the subject all the way through and I wish to assist people in learning how to teach themselves.
As stated above I am currently majoring in mathematics. I am currently enrolled in Linear Algebra and have completed all classes both in parallel and below it. My strong suit is in geometry, trigonometry, as well as precalculus. This is not to say I cannot tutor algebra as it is a staple in all three of those subjects.
If you would like a tutor who is enthusiastic and excited to help you be ready for whatever mathematics comes your way and if you want to see homework not as a tedious chore, but as an opportunity to perfect a technique for learning that will help in all aspects of life, then I'm the tutor for you. I am currently a student finishing up my associate's at PCC. I am currently working towards a major in mathematics as well as looking into a physics or … Read more
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