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...Some of the topics I have worked with are converting the angles from radians to degrees & degree to radians, graphing trigonometry functions, applying properties & identities, law of Cos and law of sin. Also I have worked on many more topics that come along in trigonometry. I have also tutored students who have taken advanced courses as well.

...Each year, I taught an ACT math prep unit for my juniors. When I took the ACT, I earned a perfect score on the math section. When tutoring ACT math, I take the approach of connecting what the student knows to what the problem is asking for so that the student will be able to do that type of problem in the future.

...My in-depth knowledge of math instruction and how math concepts connect from kindergarten all the way through 8th grade allows me to instruct students for both immediate success and for continued success as math concepts build. I was a 4th grade teacher for 5 years. I then became a kindergarten...

...In addition to scoring well on the SAT verbal (many years ago), I have helped many students to prepare for it. Every student I have worked with on the SAT reading and writing have improved 100 points or more. We work on roots and prefixes and targeted vocabulary lists as well as both reading comprehension and strategies that apply to the test.

...I have had many physics courses and much related subject matter in my under-graduate engineering coursework and graduate work in applied mathematics. I bring a diverse background to the tutoring sessions. I thoroughly enjoy tutoring ACT Math due to the diversity of subject matter.

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