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New Brunswick, NJView Tutor
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Livingston, NJView Tutor
...Every student is capable of getting whatever score they want given the proper time and training. I have tutored students through various honors societies in Algebra, Geometry and English in high school and am an ODASIS instructor for Chemistry at Rutgers University. My rates are extremely competitive and I am willing to drive to a students' home if it is in the East Brunswick area.
East Brunswick, NJView Tutor
...I would recommend spending at least 3-6 months studying for these exams... but it's never too early to start preparing. I know and believe in the power of a high score on a standardized exam; my scores literally changed the entire course of my life. If you also want your child to have the greatest chance of success, shoot me an email.
Astoria, NYView Tutor
...Don't settle for confusing or nonsensical definitions that the textbook gives. I enjoy calculus. I doubt that most students of this generation will learn up to multivariable calculus in high school, but the calculus really shows how to mathematically represent our world.
New York, NYView Tutor