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...I'm also masterful in terms of explaining the concepts presented in this course, having been teaching Algebra for well over 7 years now. By far one of my favorite subjects to teach, Calculus holds a special place with me - it was the first subject I formally taught to others. Calculus is tough.

...I scored a perfect 800 on the math portion of the SAT, and routinely score 800 on the math section whenever I take the practice exams. Even if you aren't shooting for 800, the SAT math exam is definitely one where you can markedly improve your score with even just a limited amount of studying an...

...Since calculus is so often motivated by the physical world, I like to have calculus students conceptualize what is going on by encouraging them to have a concrete physical picture of many problems. Yet at the same time, calculus is among the most mathematically interesting fields from a theoreti...

...A primary focus is connecting the graphical, table and equation formats of functions to each other and learning about domain and range. Finally you learn about the wide variety of real world situations that can be modeled to predict future outcomes from current data. Calculus is the study of rates of change, and has numerous and varied applications from business, to physics, to medicine.

...In the past two years alone, I have tutored more than 50 students, several for an entire school year. I am excited to help students achieve success in math. I understand the multiple stresses students are under, especially as they endure the college application process with all its demands.

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