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...I then go over sample problems on a step-by-step basis, and ask students to try similar examples to see if they have internalized the methods we've just learned. Over 30 years of instructing junior and senior high school students in math and English. Many years of tutoring dozens of students individually in taking such tests as the ACT and SAT, with excellent results.

...My main goal is always to make sure the student is confident and happy with her work. When a student trusts herself, grades and test scores improve and learning becomes a more enjoyable experience. I foster this confidence by making sure the student has a comprehensive and clear grasp of the material and, most importantly, that she knows she has a clear understanding of the material.

...I tutored them math after school and in 2013 all the student who were given to our club passed their math class with good grades. I have been tutoring elementary school students in Science for over four years. I have help students love this subject which they hate the most.

...Instead it requires the correct approach and a certain level of confidence. I always aim to help improve my students problem solving, critical thinking, writing skills and written analysis. I can teach any scientific concepts or principles they need to know that would be on the MCAT.

...Currently, I tutor trig and calculus I, while pursuing a bachelor's in math, myself, at Baruch College. As a math tutor, I understand that math gets a bad rap as "hard and boring", so my first order of business is to give students a fresh perspective on the math they are learning. Often times, it is a weakness in basic math which prevents the student from succeeding at the higher levels.

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