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...We will definitely be hoping you are available for our son, Mason. We plan on beginning tutoring for the SAT/ACT in August." -S.C (Parent) "Hi Gil - I have been meaning to email you, but have been so busy with tennis. Anyway I just wanted to let you know I received a 29 composite score on ACT which I am surprised about.

...I have taken and passed the CBEST. I have been teaching/tutoring math (elementary through Calculus) and substitute teaching (all subjects) for 12 years. I think my ability to do the math portion of the CBEST should be obvious based on subjects passed.

...I connect with the student to create a logical and efficient two column proof based on deductive reasoning using theorems, postulates, and definitions. We have fun with proofs on popular topics such as parallel lines, congruent triangles, and CPCTC. Precalculus is a catchall of topics that need to be in place before going on to calculus.

...Today, for obvious safety reasons, fewer chemical experiments involving reactions are taught in the lab class. Much more of the work is theoretical. I make a point of bringing chemistry alive by describing what the chemicals look like and how the reactions proceed.

In my opinion, Pre-Calculus is the most difficult math class offered at the high school level. The trigonometry portion presents many new and difficult concepts, but the algebra portion takes everything from Algebra II deeper making everything very complex and solving problems you don't really see any reason to solve. In truth, the main objective is to solidify your Algebra skills.

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