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...Standardized tests can be intimidating for many people. However, they can be successfully navigated via two steps: a basic review of the underlying content; and a thorough review of the appropriate test taking techniques for the exam in question. Compared to the SAT, the ACT has less Vocabulary and an added Science section.

...You know for sure about Italian, Spanish and French. Portuguese is probably the closest to Romanian in regard with pronunciation, but the words resemble Italian. If you heard someone speaking Romanian, you might have thought that it is Russian, but that is only the accent.

...I recognize that students learn in many different ways and at various speeds. Students are encouraged to approach math on their own terms, at their own pace, to ask questions, and to demand answers. I have extensive experience in all high school math courses, ranging from Algebra to AP Calculus and AP Statistics.

I'm a graduate of the University of Connecticut. I majored in Statistics and have a rigorous background in algebra, calculus, and some computer programming. Although my coursework was almost entirely math-based, I was probably most comfortable in the various English classes I took at UConn, as writing and grammar come naturally to me.

I am a graduate of the University of Connecticut with a degree in Mathematics and Applied Statistics. I have been teaching/tutoring students for 15 years. I specialize in Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus and Statistics.

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