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...Abstract thinking is a skill that has countless applications for students after they graduate. Every time they need to think about something without seeing it, they will be engaging in abstract thinking. Precalculus is a sort of bridge course that is offered in some schools and colleges.

...Whether your child is a little behind, or maybe you want him or her to get ahead, the summer is the time to get the necessary instruction. The summer is also the time for focusing on prepping for the SAT and/or the ACT. With no schoolwork to be done during summertime, students can receive more comprehensive tutoring to prepare for those tests.

...It upsets me when I hear students say, 'I'm just not good in math!' Comments like that typically mean that a math teacher along the way wasn't able to present the material in a way that made sense to the student. I've never met a student who didn't understand once we as a team figured out how t...

...I present problems to solve and help them understand complex ideas and develop valuable learning skills that germinate into independent study. My tutoring subjects are in Math and Biology. I teach Math in the areas of Elementary, Middle and High School Math, covering topics from Algebra (Pre-, 1 and 2), Factorization, Quadratic Equations, Graphing and Geometry.

...I am easy going and try to make math enjoyable but I do expect students to try hard and do their work.I have taught an SAT class almost every summer for the last 8 years. If a student put in the time and effort their scores always improved by at least 100 points. I have many good tips on how questions are worded and how to go from 5 choices for your answer to 2 or 3.

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