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...For English and writing support, I coach students through the development of an essay with an analytic and structured language arts model that produces sustainable results. It's common for students to say and truly feel that they are comfortable with a concept and then fail to perform on a test or assignment. This is a result of both study as well as teaching methods.

...They will also be able to apply this knowledge to other areas of math, such as word problems, ratios and proportions. Gain proficiency in Algebra 2 to build on basic algebraic and geometric concepts. Develop advanced skills such as systems of equations, advanced polynomials, imaginery and complex numbers, quadratics, and concepts for the study of trigonometric functions.

...I have taken discrete math at the college level and am very familiar with set theory, sequences, matrices, and graph theory. Building off the foundations of C, C++ allows the programmer to create classes that model real life objects. Essential for game development, an object-oriented approach gives your virtual creations the functionality to act like living, breathing organisms!

...I have tutored and prepared students for Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Trig, Geometry, Physics, Biology, Earth and Space Science Regents. Every one of my students have passed their Regents, often with honors. I had one student that had previously failed a Regents exam and with my help, he passed his next retest.

...I have a masters degree in math education and two semesters of experience teaching Precalculus at Northern Arizona University. It's not enough to be good at math (And if you aren't, don't worry. There's hope!). I have two degrees in mathematics and I can tell you that nothing I have learned in class since middle school is helpful on the SAT.

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