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...My goal is to engage the student in the material so we can have a productive and effective session. Feel free to contact me with questions; if selected, I will become invested in the success of your child. I studied linear algebra in college (Math 201/202 at Princeton University) and have also taken online courses offered through MIT.

...Regardless of the subject matter, my goal is to help the student not only become proficient in mathematics, but also hone effective study skills for all academic areas. As a result of my efforts, the students I have tutored in the past have increased their grades by as many as three letter grades over a period of four months. So let?s get started!

I have experience tutoring a group of family friends on SAT maths, high school, and middle school maths. I had excellent academic grades in my college in New York and graduate school in Wisconsin. I was member of math teams in my high school representing New York participating state competition, ARML.

...I've taught several courses at the university level: Calculus (for economics majors), Pre**calculus**, Calculus I for Science and Engineering Majors, and Common Core Arithmetic for Future Elementary School Teachers. I'm especially qualified to tutor abstract and linear algebra, as the bulk of my thesis work is based upon those subjects. The more crazy and abstract the math, the better!

...The subject areas of SAT Math are quite limited. However, the variety of questions are virtually unlimited. In every test, one finds some problems ,which have something new and different in them.

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