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...While working at Harvard, I have helped with consulting via SAS and helping students use SAS for their specific homework needs. I taught high school math for 4 years in NY where logic is a part of the proof process. I also have taken 4 courses in real analysis and almost all of my Doctoral work has dealt with theory and proofs, all of which require logic.

...I graduated with high distinction in 2008. Since then, I have worked in two education research and development labs designing and evaluating curricula and learning progressions with a focus on web applications. WPI is a tech school, so although I'm a psychology major, I'm quite proficient in math and science and can easily tutor **calculus**, physics, and chemistry at the college level.

...I have taught and/or tutored mathematics from basic addition and subtraction through **calculus**. I have also helped students prepare for the SAT (Aptitude and Subject), ACT, GED, MCAS and SCAT tests in mathematics. All this experience has taught me that all students can learn math and that I have...

...I also bring an energy and love of my subject that helps students connect with their work. My creativity and an ability to connect math to real world applications, and dedication to my students are some of the things that set me apart as a teacher. I have my masters plus extensive additional coursework.

...I've always been extremely good at math. I've taught all the math subjects that are included within the GMAT, including algebra, geometry, and word problems. I've taught statistics and business statistics with good results as you can see below.

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