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...In addition to teaching, I have tutored students across the breadth of math topics from multiplication/division to fractions to algebra and geometry. Therefore, I have a deep understanding of the math concepts that are critical for success in the subsequent math courses. At the college level, I have taught undergraduate and graduate courses in statistics.

...I have previously taken the LSAT test and I scored in the top 2%. I have also helped friends study for the LSAT, and I have been commended for my strategic approach and informative explanations. I performed very well on my own GRE, especially the verbal section. I have previously tutored one student for the GRE and she improved her baseline scores by 100 points in each section.

...My tutoring work for the Lexington public school system, run for most of the years by the Special Education department, also dealt with many students with ADD/ADHD issues. My tutoring work for the Lexington public school system for 14 years was run, for most of those years, by the Special Educat...

...I have studied and worked with math my entire life. I was valedictorian of my high school class, and scored the highest possible score on the AP calculus test. I then majored in math at Harvard, where I graduated with an honors degree, and where I was a Teaching Assistant in calculus at the Harvard Extension College.

...I tutor in C/C++ on a weekly basis and have done so for 6 months or so. I make sure that the main ideas of the program at hand are understood first. I make sure the syntax is also clear, so the results can be applied.

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