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University of the Philippines Diliman (Mechanical Engineering)
The University of Texas at Arlington (Master's)
I am strongly determined to help others in finding the best way for them to overcome their difficulties in studying, particularly in math subjects, e.g. algebra, trigonometry, physics, etc.
I focus on topics that the student finds difficult to understand. I also share relevant and related knowledge, conceptual or trivial, as part of the learning process. I always assure that my students learn not only the topic, but also how to understand and analyze the concept behind it. This will allow the students to overcome hard times in working independently.
I am not bound in one-sided tutorial, I encourage students to speak up what they know, raise their questions about the topic or suggest things that might help us learn the lesson. I am also aware that there are students who are slow-learners. I don't force them to learn the topics faster. I adjust my teaching pace and techniques based on the student's learning needs.
I am passionate on helping you to reach your goals in life as an effective tutor.
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