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...Thank you for your time, and good luck with your studies! JasonEducation: I have a bachelor of science degree with a major in civil engineering from Florida Atlantic University. This curriculum includes extensive mathematics studies including algebra, precalculus, calculus, trigonometry, geometry, and differential equations.

...To ensure students are comfortable and in a quite environment when working with me, I usually tutor in nearby libraries and colleges, where I have complete access to. I do not rule out other locations. I look forward to hearing from you ASAP and helping achieve maximum success in you studies.

...So I switched my LSAT study method up. I decided I'd take as long as I needed on my next practice test to get perfect - I'd treat it like a homework assignment, and only stop working on a section when I was confident in every single one of my answers. At the same time, I measured how much time it took me to complete each section.

...I've scored a 780 on the Math portion of the SATs, which is very heavy on Algebra II and Trigonometry. My degree is in Applied Mathematics and Physics and I've taken courses in Calculus I, II, Multivariable Calc and Advanced Calc. I've tutored calculus for collegiate students and for the US Navy.

...I can't guarantee you similar results, but I CAN guarantee that I will provide you with the tools you need to succeed on your upcoming tests!I have tutored high school algebra both privately and for the Princeton Review. I have a bachelor's degree in physics. I have tutored high school algebra both privately and for the Princeton Review.

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