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...I taught reading, writing, and math to literally all of the K-6 grade levels. Since 2013, I have been doing private tutoring through WyzAnt, and I have continued to work with students of all ages. Of my non-test preparation students, roughly half are K-6 and half are 7-12.

...I am a math and science resource teacher for students with disabilities. I have been in my position for the last three years and feel very knowledgeable about the content students are required to master for all elementary grade levels. This gives me the advantage of knowing how to stair steps concepts from beginning concepts to more difficult concepts.

...I have taught SAT prep classes for Kaplan. I have scored 800 on the SAT Reading section. Reading on the SAT can feel a bit subjective at times, but I can show you the ways to see through the questions to know what the test makers are looking for.

...Since then I assisted several students with this subject and have several students with whom I will be working in the current school year. While majoring in math in college, I often helped fellow students who were struggling with math. The math courses I took in college included Advanced Calculus, Linear Algebra, Complex Analysis, Abstract Algebra and Statistics.

I am presently a PhD candidate at SMU in Dallas with over 8 years of teaching assistant experience. I have instructed students in all aspects of geology/earth sciences and basic chemistry. I also have previous experience as a volunteer tutor at Collin College, where I helped students with Algebra and Trigonometry.

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