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...I also taught an accelerated AP Physics course this past summer. I spent five years' experience tutoring algebra and precalculus at a charter school in Boston, and have had a number of WyzAnt students during the past year a half. My strength in this subject is my ability to describe various problem-solving strategies in a way that makes sense.

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...I may be the most patient math teacher students will ever have, and I try to not just show math skills, but help students understand the language of math in general and algebra in particular. I have worked successfully with students of all abilities, and my students (and their parents) tell me t...

...I will review your proficiency, needs, objectives, study habits, test preparation, homework and test-taking skills, put together a plan and work with you to achieve your specific goals. I have tutored students at all levels for over a decade from Lexington, Newton, Lincoln, Weston, Belmont, Bedford, Wellesley and many other communities. I tutor both during the summer and the school year.

...The instructions and the actual problem By practicing and more practicing, the student will not have to spend much time reading and understanding the instructions. The student needs to get comfortable with "skipping" and "guessing". Skipping a problem and then hopefully, time permitting, come back to it --thus lowering test anxiety.

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