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...I currently teach at a local high school and teach on Saturdays at a school for Asian students in Boston. I am currently teaching Honors Algebra 2, Senior Math Analysis, and MCAS prep courses, as well as 5-8 grade math, and SAT Prep courses. I have taught courses in Algebra 1, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Pre-calculus as well.

...After working for two and half years, my love for tutoring and teaching finally overpowered me and I quit my job at the bank to return to school for my Masters in Teaching. During my degree program, I continued to tutor but was also able to gain experience in teaching. I did two semesters of st...

...My credentials were reviewed by the Center for Educational Documentation (CED) to the US equivalency. I taught in the classrooms for more than twenty years. I worked as a middle/High school principal for a Catholic Bilingual School for five years. l worked with both Spanish and International Cu...

...I am very understanding, passionate about math, and would love the opportunity to tutor those who genuinely want to improve in school. I scored a 740 on my Math SAT and a 740 on my Math II SAT (which covers pre-calculus and mathematical logic), and have taken mathematics through multivariable calculus. Reach out if you think we would make a good fit.

...For all intents and purposes, your scores are indicative of your theoretical performance on the SAT next year, yet the material is near identical. The test differs from the SAT in length and omission of an essay. For high achievers, this test could potentially earn some National Merit Scholarships, but you should know they are extremely competitive and limited in number.

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