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    (Original post by granula3)

    But how I can find a tutor ?
    As a thread starter I ask at the first posting -how I can find good tutor listing and /or good tutor ?

    You have spend precious time of my precious life trolling me in two postings but do not answer to my questions ! If you cannot answer -just go out from my thread !

    And also dear ,(are you still here ?), if you cannot understand sense , it does not mean that there is no sense at all!!

    It means that you can not understand this particular sense because of (little) stupidity , trauma at early childhood , bloody sweet rains from white spider elephant size eyes, fried potataoes poisoned by bloody beach boys blue and lot of other serious reasons !

    You can not understand me ? This is what I have told you about!

    first you want a tutor who will improve your maths level who will give you the edge to be an imo challenger
    i think you need to find a tutor who teaches maths to an advanced level preferably a a level maths teacher, professor or search for mathematicians from mathematics institutions.
    tell them to teach you to deal effective with recreational maths which will improve your maths and enable you to challenge contest maths

    (Original post by HapaxOromenon3)
    Mate everything you've written barely makes any sense so you need to go and seek some kind of medical and/or psychological help as son as possible. Either that or stop wasting our time with troll posts.
    isnt this a normal thread on tsr?
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