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...I have had EXCELLENT student ratings which I will share with you if and when you decide to use my services. I have also been a CFA exam question writer for a nationally known CFA practice exam provider in Boston area since 2006. As an expert in the CFA curriculum, I can designs a study plan for you that will maximize your chances of passing this challenging exam.

...I offer an ability to explain problem-solving techniques in a way that makes sense for students in this age range. I worked for 2 years with one of the leading in-home tutoring groups in the area, helping students prepare for the SAT, ACT, as well as Math and Science subject tests. I worked for...

...In my studies and research, I use **statistics**/Econometric methods all the time. I always try to get students become familiar with how to use these methods into their interested problems , instead of being lost in the equations and graphs. I took all levels of Micro/Macroeconomics courses through my academic path, and have plenty of TA/Teaching experience in those.

...Currently I teach basic bio**statistics** at Harvard, which includes some basic Algebra. I was a teaching assistant for calculus in college for 6 semesters. I then went on to teach Calculus and AP Calculus at the high school level.

...Cramming will not help. The Science Reasoning test is very much like the Reading test with scientific topics. The specialized skills for achieving success include interpretation of graphs and illustrations; following description of experimental procedures and analyzing the results; and comparing conflicting theories.

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