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...I've been tutoring for 10+ years, and full-time for 6+. I've had students between the ages of 6 and 66, with a focus on high school students and that curriculum, though I am very comfortable tutoring any undergraduate math course, and would likely be able to assist in any graduate math course. ...

...My modus operandi is to be well prepared for each tutoring session by doing any homework in advance of the student to enable helping him/her gain a better understanding of the assigned work. All students I have tutored have significantly improved their test scores and overall grades. I have brought students from failing grades to A's and B's.

...Please consider me for facing a difficult subject, needing to catch up, or looking to gain a competitive advantage. I offer flexible, personalized, professional assistance. Looking forward to working with you and getting results!Physics is my forte, and I take great pride in successfully teaching it to students who are confused, discouraged, or uninterested at first.

...The SAT Math section breaks down into four main areas: "Number and Operations;" "Algebra and Functions;" "Geometry and Measurement;" and "Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability." I begin with students by analyzing how they perform in each of these separate areas and figuring out where to beg...

Hello, I hold two Bachelor's Degrees: one in Mathematics from Florida Atlantic University and the second in Land Surveying Science from NJIT. I enjoy connecting with the students to help them with difficulty they are having with math or science. I truly enjoy seeing the light bulb go on over their heads when we are able to make a breakthrough.

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