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...That interest in math drew him into competition, where in high school he took 5th place in the State of Georgia in the American Mathematics Contest (AMC12), earning him a place on the State?s math team, where he helped lead the team to its first top 10 finish in the country. Upon graduation from...

...Each student learns in unique ways, and the standards established by most math curricula have significant shortfalls. The basic quantitative and number reasoning skills are absolutely critical. While it is true that calculators can perform the operations required of students, fostering quantitative reasoning and numerical instinct is a crucial goal for maximizing long term opportunities.

...Over the years, I have helped many confused high school and college students realize that Calculus is much simpler than most of the math that they have seen before. I have a few testimonials from such students. In addition to having taken the SAT and scoring in the 99th percentile, I have also ...

...I have taught math to junior and senior high school students (including Algebra 1 and 2) for over 30 years, and have assisted students in doing well on the NY State Math Regents exam. I have also tutored many students in math, and have helped raise their scores significantly. I've taught geometry to numerous students, both in the classroom and individually.

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