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...Prealgebra is an important subject in preparation for algebra. This is a building block of concrete knowledge which a student can rely on to verify algebraic results, substituting a variable with a number. To be able to do this students need to be comfortable with number manipulations that they study when they do prealgebra coursework.

...Selecting the right tutor is a difficult and very important decision. I am confident that I can not only improve the student's grasp of the math fundamentals, but also build the student's confidence. Geographically, I live in Manhattan on the Upper Eastside; but during the summer I work with students in the Bridgehampton area.

...These skills are so important in the modern world and I want to do my part to ensure young people's success in this area. Contact me today and let's talk about how I can share my passion for math with your student. I'll help them get comfortable with and excited about using math in their school work and in life.

...I enjoy meeting new students and interacting with them one on one; please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions or if you are just interested!Received a score of 800 on the SAT II math subject test in 2013. Continued to teach SAT math classes for a volunteer group for the past year. From a composite score of 35, received 34 for the math section.

...My experience as a Graduate Assistant at CSULB involved interacting with students from all backgrounds and level of mathematical competence. It also involved administering and grading tests and exams, thereby giving me an insight to the basic concepts clearly misunderstood by students, and so I ...

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