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...I have tutored **algebra** many times in the past to middle school and high school students. This has kept my **algebra**ic skills sharp and enhanced my mastery over the subject. I am currently studying computer engineering at the University of Virginia, and I have completed all of the general math and science requirements, including calculus.

...It would be great fun for me to teach beginners and intermediates how much fun flute playing can be. Through my school years I was in band and several other small ensemble groups. The piccolo is also something I enjoy playing and would be happy to teach as well.

...I have also reviewed Diagnostic and Practice Test results with students to help them understand their mistakes and understand the test maker's "mindset". For six years, I taught all four sections of the ACT for a National Test Preparation Company. I have designed English lessons for tutoring se...

...I look forward to hearing from you, and to working with you!After scoring 780 out of 800 on the SAT Math, I majored in Mathematics at Providence College. Then, in my senior year, I scored an 800 out of 800 on the GRE Math. After scoring 780 out of 800 on the SAT Math, I majored in Mathematics at Providence College.

...My undergraduate degrees are in math and economics, so I am pretty well-versed in a variety of mathematical and econometric techniques. My favorite classes to tutor are microeconomics, game theory, and calculus. I tend to do really well with students who typically find math and economics to be daunting and off-putting, and I'm comfortable with high school or college students.

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