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...My tutoring experience includes working with both students and adults. Working one on one, I can assist students in overcoming math anxiety and correct misunderstandings about the content. My goal is the help the students I work with become more confident in their math abilities because they are able to complete their assignments successfully.

...I hope that working together, we can talk about common problem types on the SAT, gauge your current understanding of math as it is represented on the test, and figure out a course of study so that you can show off your math ability when the test date comes! There's more to the SAT reading sectio...

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My name is Rosemary and I am a high school math teacher in a PG county school. I graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2013 with a double degree in mathematics and secondary education and am starting my Masters in Education in the fall. I have taught Algebra 1, Geometry, and Pre-Calculus and will be the AP calculus and Pre-calculus teacher for the upcoming school year.

...I studied Engineering then in addition to this Central Asian history to discover their culture. I took Advanced Math lessons in these two universities and passed with 3.9/4 grade. I also had over 20 students in Austria, they were high school students, and from DC, they were high school and college students.

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