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...During the day I was substitute teaching at Dartmouth High School, and tutoring students there for the MCAS. After two years there I took a full time position at Brockton High School where I taught for five years. This adds up to a versatile math tutor with experience teaching a wide range of p...

...I have a variety of methods I use to determine student's strengths and weaknesses, and also to remedy any weaknesses, including test anxiety. I have been teaching Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus in the classroom for 8 years now. I have a degree in Mathematics and a Masters Degree in Teaching Mathematics.

...I use an approach that is methodical and gives students the confidence that they will then use to approach all types of problems that the Math SAT poses. I enjoyed and excelled at my experiences taking differential equations courses at Northeastern University as the courses dealt directly with m...

...I enjoy tutoring because I am a lifelong learner who wants to help others learn and understand. I know from experience that some things come easy, some not so easy, and some require some outside help. In college I took some pretty advanced courses and things didn't always make sense when explained by the professor.

...For example, some (like myself) like to see it come out of the Math, others are visual learners, and others like to see how it is applied. Besides the scientific concepts, I teach the methodology of how to attack a physics or chemistry problem. Many of my students don't know where to begin when they attempt to solve these problems.

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