I attended the University of Washington for two years as an undergraduate and then graduated in Mathematics from Gonzaga University. At Gonzaga, my 300-400 level instructors would interact with the student on an individual basis (regularly and upon request), which taught me the value of interpersonal relationships in academia. I enjoy tutoring students who have an interest in mathematics or demonstrate a willingness to learn. I myself started very slowly in intermediate college math courses, but gradually the subject matter was known with practice, which eventually enabled me to appreciate math as an art. I see this work as a mutual advantage and I intend to pursue graduate studies by fall at the University of Washington while hoping to learn and teach along the way. My specialty areas are calculus, pre-calculus, trigonometry, geometry, and algebra. Advanced courses beyond calculus III may require preparation.
Undergraduate Degree: Gonzaga University - Bachelors, Mathematics
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