Experienced Mathematics Tutor [SAT, ACT, Calculus]
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During the last 6 years I have prepared students of different levels in different parts of the world to pass tests like the SAT in the United States ,PAU in Spain, IB
Math (HL and SL) of the Swiss International Baccalaureate system, University-level and Master subjects. My students successfully entered universities in different parts of the world such as South California University, Complutense University, Aberdeen, etc. There have been occasions that I have obtained such results with my students like Honor Degrees, even if they started the course with a very low grade.
In my disposition I have the electronic board, a "touch pad" that allows to run online lessons without losing the agility and the personal touch of a usual classroom.
I prepare the following levels, courses and exams:
- 1st and 2nd final years of Secondary Education
- SAT, ACT USA exams
- PAU (CCSS, Sciences and Technology)
- IB Math (International Baccalaureate)
- GCSE in United Kingdom
- University entrance exams
- Access exams for adults over 25
- Mathematics applied to engineering (Computer Engineering, Chemistry, Industrial, Aeronautics, etc.)
- University: Calculus (Analysis of one and many variables), Statistics, Probability, Linear Algebra
- Master's courses in Technology
Experience: 6 years
“What if you had to take an art class in which you were taught only how to Paint a fence, but never shown the paintings of van Gogh or Picasso? Alas, this is how math is taught, and so for most of us it becomes the intellectual equivalent of watching paint dry”
I decided to start my presentation with these words from a contemporary mathematician, because most times in the first lesson I usually hear from my students things like "I was always bad in math" or "I lack the base", even some "I hate the maths". I want to say that in most cases it is not the student's fault and this is justified by Edward's words.
Later on I will describe the different levels of mathematics that I offer lessons of. But the most important thing is that first of all I offer the recovery of the inspiration that some have lost in this wonderful science. I offer the recovery of the mathematical bases enough to then be self-taught. Also, perhaps, I offer a somewhat different approach from what they offer in Secondary Education institutions all over the world.