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...I scored 800 on the Math section of the SAT, and a 34 for my overall ACT score. I have also recently passed the Praxis II Exam in Math Content Knowledge while earning Recognition of Excellence for scoring in the top 15 percent over the last 5 years. I am currently teaching math full-time, and h...

...Please feel welcome to contact me with any questions.Algebra 1 is a fundamental level of math which should be mastered thoroughly by every student. Almost every subject depends on concepts covered in Algebra 1 and therefore an Algebra 1 tutor can truly have a positive effect on future math and s...

...In addition, I have over two years of experience teaching/tutoring all MCAT subjects when I worked for a national test prep company. I've taught over 1200 students in the classroom setting and tutored over 110 students one-on-one. The first thing I identify for MCAT tutoring is if the student needs help with content, pacing, or the format of the exam.

...Along with tutoring professionally, I have tutored my family members throughout their elementary and middle school years. My experience with countless students has allowed me to understand how students learn, and allowed me to develop different strategies for each of my students. The approach I take with students is a "hands-on" approach.

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