I base my tutoring on student needs. I would start with the last thing learned and see where that understanding, also work with past bad tests because math is often built on top of previous chapters. Mainly it will be on problem areas, and not covering all material because it can seem unnecessary.
Although I am in college for psychology, I have always had a love and enjoyment for mathematics. I started with college algebra in the eighth grade and then in high school began with geometry and progressed into AP calculus AB, and statistics.
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