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...It wasn't too long ago I took high school math myself, so I still remember how it was to learn it. Trigonometry is usually very scary to students, since it brings back bad memories of **geometry**. Like with **geometry**, my skill at explaining concepts many different ways, especially visually, helps students a great deal.

...I have many years' experience teaching **geometry** to a variety of students, from special needs to English language learners to honor students. Geometry is a very visual subject, so I like to use hands-on activities to help students understand the concepts. Many students are intimidated by all of the new vocabulary that **geometry** presents.

...He was a supplemental instructor for Mathematics 113 (Algebra and Trigonometry), Mathematics 114 (Business Applications of Calculus), and Mathematics 120 (Calculus 1) as well as tutored lower division mathematics courses in Holroyd Science Center 166. At La Salle University, he has participated ...

...Having helped serious students get accepted to private day and residential schools for more than 25 years, I know precisely what you need to do to get the acceptance letter you desire. The SSAT is comprised of a Verbal Section, and Quantitative Section, and an unscored essay. The Reading Comprehension section consists of 40 questions based both narrative and argument reading passages.

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