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...After only two sessions to review material and a practice test, two of them improved from 620-630 range to 670. We are working diligently to get their scores up to around 750. Another student recently took SAT a second time and the SAT Math improved from 590 to 650 after two hours of reviewing material and going over a practice test.

...This class is a wonderful foundation to the building blocks of mathematics. Pre-Calculus is a wonderful bridge between Algebraic concepts and Calculus applications. Much of this course requires the use of a calculator with trigonometric functions.

...In addition, I have worked as a mathematics tutor for the Math Lab at City College of San Francisco. In college, I took lots of math, physics, geology, and engineering classes, which allowed me to obtain a strong background in science and mathematics. Having a good understanding on these subjects and working in the field allows me to help students better.

...It is easier to learn to think efficiently at younger age and the skills will stay longer sooner it is learned. What makes Calculus challenging is that all the teachers who had to lower the bars for students so at least 80% of students are getting a passing grades, because the system works this ...

...I have seen struggling students become confident achievers on numerous occasions. I have also had students repeat a class with me, as they felt comfortable with me, and then do very well. There are some days when all of us are not at our best and need to have more examples and attempts to succeed.

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