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02/12/2013

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Camrunn is originally from Sacramento, CA. He graduated from University of North Texas in 2011 with his B.S. in mathematics and a minor in Secondary Education. For fun he enjoys playing video games and he especially enjoys bowling.

Q: Why do you like tutoring?
A: I like tutoring because I have a deep fondness for Math. When I was young I had trouble in Mathematics and had little to nohelp. I do my best and take great pride in providing anyone with assistance in Math. The best part is when a seemingly impossible topic becomes easy to students.
Q: What do you enjoy most about working at The Tutoring Center?
A: What I enjoy about The Tutoring Center is the enthusiasm of all the students and employees. I also like the detail and care that is put into preparing every student to achieve their academic goals.
Q: Favorite color?
A: My favorite colors are black and baby blue.
Q: Favorite food?
A: My favorite food is a chili cheese dog with grilled onions, jalapeños, and hot sauce.
Q: If you could be any animal, what would it be and why?
A: I would be an eagle. The eagle is the only bird strong enough to flythrough a storm. Like myself I have come across many obstacles and it takes a strong, courageous person to go through trials and tribulations or rise above the challenge.
Q: What superpower do you want?
A: The ability to teleport. Gas is expensive!
Q: Anything Else?
A: Math is a difficult subject because the next level requires mastery of the previous. It’s a subject that takes practice, error, and attempts. I don’t believe that certain people are born with a “math gene.” Math becomes simple when you understand that it’s a subject based on rules and concepts. There are an infinite number of problems but they are all centered around a concept or rule. Understand the concept and rules; math will become confusingly simple.

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