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...What makes these tests more difficult is not the individual question but the breadth of math topics that are covered. For some students they haven't done geometry or algebra for two years -- and the skills they honed then are now dull. There are tricks and tips that are proclaimed of how to bea...

...I have been salsa dancing since 2003 and I have been teaching salsa since 2006. I enjoy going out salsa dancing at various venues and I have performed at a few places. When teaching beginner students, I focus on the simplicity of movement and feeling the music.

...I have taught all age groups from kindergartner to graduate/professional students during my own teaching career of almost 30 years. I have also taught students who were not able to perform well in math and science while in primary and middle school. I am consistent and patient.

...Calculus is one of the three legs on which most mathematically-based disciplines rest. The other two are linear algebra and the stochastic systems (statistics), which come together in advanced courses. Everyone intending to pursue studies in basic science (including life sciences), engineering or economics should have a good foundation in introductory calculus.

...The GMAT is my favorite standardized test because a competitive score requires deep conceptual mastery and critical reasoning ability. My students focus on developing the higher-order skills they need to tackle even the most difficult GMAT questions. I have a degree in theoretical math from MIT and have taught discrete math to students at most of Boston's colleges.

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