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I am a accountant that has always enjoyed math since grade school. In middle school and high school, I attended math clubs and went to math competitions. I graduated H.S. taking AP Calculus. I also enjoy teaching. I have taught Sunday School at my church for several years starting from 4 year olds and ending with 8th graders. My dream is to become a middle school math teacher, but for the time being I am trying out tutoring first.
My desire is to help students realize that anyone can be good at math. I want to build confidence with them and to give them shortcuts or mnemonics to help them develop habits to assist them to do math problem easily. I also desire for the student to also develop to tolerate and even like math. I hope by tutoring them, they can overcome their fear and build upon that confidence that they can accomplish more than they would originally imagine.
I have been making A's in my math classes from 1st grade up to senior year in high school. My favorite math subjects have been Algebra and Algebra 2. I also took Number Sense to help me with shortcuts how to do certain math problems like long multiplication, squares, etc.
If you guys have any problem with arithmetic or pre-algebra/algebra, contact me and we can see if a tutoring session can help you with your math problems. I am a accountant that has always enjoyed math since grade school. In middle school and high school, I attended math clubs and went to math competitions. I graduated H.S. taking Read more
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