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...I taught geometry and honors geometry for several years at the Notre Dame Academy in Los Angeles. I have also home-schooled (Laurel Springs and University of Oklahoma programs) and tutored several students in this subject since 1998 I taught pre-algebra at Mulholland Middle School in Van Nuys. I have also taught pre-algebra for the Johns Hopkins AIIY program for gifted youth.

...My success in helping students improve their grades is evident in that 95% of my students improved their grades from C, D, or F to A and B. 95% of my SAT students' scores are above 700 points. One of my student got SAT math 800 in Nov. 2015 without attending any outside practice school, only un...

Hello prospective students (and parents, spouses, or loved ones), My goal as a tutor is not just to teach you just enough to let you pass that next exam. I work with my students so that they not only know the material that we are covering, but also so that they understand the meaning of the materi...

...Going over the basics again, like fractions, decimals and percents can play a large part in success for algebra and beyond. If a student is seeing this material for the first time I try and make sure that they feel comfortable and natural with topics like fractions. In addition to SAT, ACT, GMAT and other test prep tutoring, I also tutor for the CBEST.

...As a result, my view and understanding of the English grammar are much more acute and succinct than those of a native. Because of this, I am able to teach it much better because I know exactly what the student is experiencing since I did it myself. Majoring in Electrical / Electronics Engineering requires the most intensive and rigorous Calculus there is.

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