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...Geometry: 23 questions on coordinate geometry, lines, parabolas, graphical equations, slopes, midpoints, etc., and planar geometry- properties of shapes like circles, triangles and quadrilaterals. Trigonometry: just 4 questions on triangles and trigonometric functions (sine, cosine). What engend...

I'm currently a full time student at CSUN studying Sociology, while I work full time at an Elementary School teaching in the Computer Lab. My interest in education and teaching children has expanded over the past 3 years that I have worked at the school. Once I graduate with my BA, I plan to return to school to earn my credential in Math in order to begin my proper teaching experience.

As an credentialed teacher who has also worked as a child therapist, I work with students with special needs and learning handicaps. I specialize in elementary grades, but I am also credentialed to tutor in high school business courses and test preparation especially for writing tests. In recent y...

...My students show an average score increase of 3.4 points on the ACT and 310 points on the (older) SAT, and I have achieved perfect scores on all sections of the ACT, all sections of the (older) SAT, an 800 on the Math lv. B SAT-II, a 750 on the Chemistry SAT-II, and an 800 on the Physics SAT-II....

I am a UC Santa Barbara graduate who has tutored **math** for four years. I have tutored all types of students while working in a local tutoring center and know how to tailor my teaching methods to the needs of your child. My favored method of teaching is using the Socratic method of asking questions that encourage the student to reach the answers on their own.

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