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...I have experience teaching all levels of mathematics from 6th grade math through Calculus. This experience includes Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Pre**calculus** and AP Calculus. I have been teaching in New York City for over 5 years and have experience working will all age levels.

...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 am available most evenings as well as weekends. One of the biggest benefits of working with me is that at age 24, I am younger than most tutors. I have been told by numerous parents that their children feel more comfortable working with me since I am closer in age to them.

...I chose tutoring over traditional classroom instruction because of the higher degree of freedom it allows me to tailor my lessons to individual students. The advantage of working in a one-on-one setting is that I can meet the student at his or her level of understanding and progress through the ...

...I attended Duke University, where I graduated with a degree in Mathematics in 2009. For the past four years, I have launched an education company helping middle schoolers gain admission into competitive high schools. I served as the Head of the Math division and as a test prep instructor responsible for curriculum design and delivery.

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