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My first contact with extra-curricular mathematics occurred in high school, through mathematics olympiads. Competing on them not only awarded me with a few medals at the main national mathematics olympiads, a journey which greatly contributed to building my math problem-solving skills but also gave birth to my passion for mathematics. In the next few years, I completed my bachelor's and then master's degrees in mathematics, where I learned many of the fundamental subjects of the main fields in mathematics, eventually with a greater focus on abstract algebra. I am now a PhD student at the nation's most renowned mathematics institute, researching in a subfield of algebraic geometry.
My experience as a tutor began in high school, more than a decade ago. In college and graduate school, I tutored undergraduate and then graduate students. In my first years as a tutor, I quickly learned how much of a different skill teaching is. With time, I have learned and devised strategies to better teach students, related to presenting solutions in more organized and thorough ways, breaking down algorithms into ones with more key steps or steps that give intuitive support, and so on. One of my strongest suits as a tutor is patience. I find very important to make students comfortable when sharing their ideas or working on their mistakes.
Master of Mathematics
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