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I have eight years classroom experience working with students of differing strengths and weaknesses. Students with varying learning styles and abilities can be taught using a variety of creative techniques. Using this approach to teaching almost certainly will allow you to find ways of stimulating students to grasp the material being taught.

...I received a perfect score on the GRE (800/800/6.0) in November 2010 and am happy to provide the official score report on request. I can't guarantee you similar results, but I CAN guarantee that I will provide you with the tools you need to succeed on your upcoming tests!I have tutored high school algebra both privately and for the Princeton Review. I have a bachelor's degree in physics.

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...I have tutored college students in Trigonometry. My major in college (Architectural Engineering) also required manipulating trigonometric equations and applying trigonometric concepts. Engineering calculations often require calculating vectors, unknown angles, and using trigonometric functions to predict possible movement of a building.

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