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...I graduated with a BS in Mathematics from Worcester State University, and recently completed a Master's in Mathematics from WPI with a 4.0. I am able to do all types of Math and love to tutor Math at any level. Feel free to contact me with any questions or to set up a session.

...I know which mathematics topics will be covered in succession of one another. I can show you how to do it, and quickly. Specific subjects I have tutored in the past include SAT Prep, Pre-algebra, Algebra I and II, Pre-calculus and Trigonometry, Geometry, Basic Probability and Statistics, Calculus I, II, and III, Differential Equations, and Linear Algebra I and II.

...Mark's, Brooks, Rivers, Commonwealth. Much of my experience has been with high-functioning students with learning differences (dyslexia, Asperger's, ADHD, etc.), working to help them find ways to apply their strengths to the areas of concern. I have tutored high school math + science coursework, as well as general executive functioning, and also lots of test preparation.

...I hold M.A. certification in elementary education (K-8). I have the knowledge and experience to be an effective tutor for ISEE prep. I have considerable experience with teaching and tutoring the grade level content that is tested on the ISEE. I have researched the set up and scoring of the test and the types of directions/questions included on it.

...Integrations and Differentiations are my favorite parts of math! I used to run a walk-in math center at a community college in upstate NY for students struggling with Pre-Calculus through Multi-Variable Calculus. Calc may be a bit confusing, but if you know the right tricks it can also be kinda fun...kind of like a giant math puzzle.

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