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...My graduate coursework includes Abnormal Psychology, Statistics, and Developmental Psychology. I am available for tutoring M-F, as well as on weekends and can travel to students; I also offer online sessions. My rates are negotiable per subject and I offer package deals as well.

...I have had extensive experience tutoring Mathematics and Physics through my work at a tutoring center for the past two years. I can tutor all math topics through AP Calculus BC and all physics topics through AP Physics: Mechanics. I know how to motivate students and help them succeed.

...I have tutoring experience on a volunteer-basis for my peers in High School and for Abode Services for homeless and low-income families for children ranging from 3 to 16. I also have paid tutoring experience for a variety of students ranging from 8 to 22. This leads to a total of about 200 hours of tutoring experience with about 30 different students.

...I have worked on thousands of these types of problems and can show your student how to do every single one, which will dramatically increase their test scores! I can help your student ace the following standardized math tests: SAT, ACT, GED, SSAT, PSAT, ASVAB, TEAS, and more. I am an expert on math standardized testing, as stated in my reviews from previous students.

...I have tutored all of the concepts and their applications for the above topics to middle, high school and college students. Algebra 2 is the study of linear, quadratic, and rational equations, equations and inequalities, matrices, determinants, polynomials, roots, radicals, exponential and logar...

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