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...I take great joy in helping my students. My work, as I see it, goes beyond preparing them for standardized tests. It involves helping students develop skills (such as attention to detail, sustained critical thinking, creative problem-solving, etc.) that will serve them not only on their tests, ...

...I have seen students start in the 1400 range and finish at 1900 in just ten weeks of programming. Recently, a student with 9 errors on SAT Writing scored a perfect after only three lessons. That same student went from a 700 in math to a 770 in 5 lessons, then an 800 on the following try after a 1/2-hour lesson.

...I would like to show you the way, and allow you to figure it out. I have several years of experience as an assistant at a local Middle School in Bethlehem, PA and MacArthur Elementary School in Binghamton, NY. I have been working in Manhattan as an analyst and would like to help students as much as a part time job to help with the costs of my newborn.

...I enjoy introducing new concepts to students, slowly challenging them with harder problems, and listening to what students find confusing to try to come up with innovative ways of explaining new concepts. In addition to teaching the tools of mathematics, I also enjoy sharing with students how th...

...If you're willing to work hard, I'll be there for you every step of the way. Regents Exams in Integrated Algebra, Algebra (Common Core), Geometry, Geometry (Common Core), Algebra II/Trig, all Middle School and High School math courses, ACT Math, SAT Math, SAT II MathWhy was Six afraid of Seven? Because Seven ate Nine!! And there's more where that came from!

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