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...The goal is for my students to be comfortable with the various topics covered in the mathematics section of the ACTs and to be able to best utilize the time given to complete each given section of the test. I always begin by having my students take a practice test to give us a baseline in order ...

...As far as the college general education form of "finite math", I teach the course often at my college. We cover set theory, logic, numerical systems, group theory, and elementary number theory. I have some experience teaching Discrete Mathematics, the advanced form of Finite Math for mathematics and computer science majors.

...Last summer, I served as a teaching assistant at Sanli VIP Educational Institution, one of the elite test preparation centers in China. Over there, I was involved in the design of SAT Subject Math Level 1&2 and AP Calculus curriculum. One of the rewarding aspects of being a tutor is to witness the success of students.

...I use a SmartPen, a digital tool that captures all of the notes and audio of each session so the student can access and replay their notes to build retention of important concepts and strategies. 3) Diet, Sleep, Goal-Setting: these are all things important to master for success on these tests, b...

...My high school math education experience has also allowed me to experience a variety of discrete mathematics topics. As a mathematics major and tutor at Rider University, it was necessary to understand Discrete Math. Considering I am a math teacher which deeply relies on logic and language I am definitely qualified for this.

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