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...I am well versed in all levels of high school mathematics. Having been a teacher for the past 15 years I have taught every level of high school mathematics with great success. My students routinely come back and thank me for helping them achieve their academic goals.

...I have a minor in mathematics, and my work in physics instruction leans heavily on a wide range of math skills, including algebra 1, algebra 2, **geometry**, trigonometry, precalculus, and calculus. Bachelors of Science in Physics; NJ Certified Teacher of Physics
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...I also have a Bachelor's degree in Education which helps me to connect with students and provide a more efficient learning environment for them to be successful. I use practical examples in my teaching style to help students grasp the topics quickly. I try to make the subject fun for the students so that they do not consider it a burden.

...I will continue my studies as a pre-medical student at Brooklyn College this Fall, 2014. I almost have one and a half years of experience teaching students mathematics and sciences to students of different ages and gender. I have always been a successful tutor because my way of teaching students is very different from other tutors.

...I am familiar with the changes to the math section on the new SAT and I am well-equipped to introduce strategies to help students master both versions of the test. I regularly teach ACT prep classes both to groups and on a one-on-one basis. In my experience, the key to ACT prep is not necessarily drilling content, but rather learning how to treat the test like a puzzle.

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