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...In addition, I teach the Medical College Admission Test preparation course and tutor private students in the subject areas covered by this test. With my experience in teaching test preparation content and strategies, I also help prepare students for the SAT and GRE exams. My approach is straigh...

...I graduated high school in 1983 from William Allen High School, and I graduated with a degree in Mathematics from Cedar Crest College. I also earned a Secondary Teaching Certificate. I have been working in education since 1988 when I started substitute teaching.

...I am looking forward to working with you! Thank you for your timeI have personally taught several classes in Calculus AB and BC, where differential equations is a single part of that course. I have also tutored students (not through WyzAnt, but through other programs) Calculus and Differential Equations.

...I attended MIT for two years before transferring to Drexel University to study educational psychology. I have helped students in math classes ranging from pre-algebra to college level calculus. I attended MIT for two years before transferring to Drexel University to study educational psychology.

...The Praxis Tests are given in a certain topic area to find out how much a student knows about a topic, before that student can continue in that area of concentration toward another degree in Math, let's say, or give the student a teaching certificate for knowledge learned throughout his/her college education. After having taken the Praxis. I was found competent to teach Mathematics K-12.

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