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...The ACT math questions are more straight-forward than those on the SAT, and the ACT reading passages are at a slightly lower level, but many students struggle with the ACT's science section. Also, the ACT covers trig and elements of pre-calculus while the SAT goes only through Algebra 2. A major difference between the SAT and the ACT is that the ACT has a science section.

...Passing the Keystone algebra test is a graduation requirement, and algebra is now the focus of the math on college entrance exams. Algebra is my specialty. I have successfully taught algebra to all kinds of students, from students with special needs, to honors students, to adults.

Your search for an experienced and knowledgeable tutor ends here.I have been coaching school teams for math league contests. and have coached school literature groups in preparation of Battle of the Books contests. I enjoy teaching math and language arts. Although my specialty lies in elementary m...

...I've taught 6 years of pre-algebra in grades 7 and 8 with documented student growth. I guarantee student improvement in this area of mathematics. With an undergraduate in mathematics and a NJ Standard Teaching certificate for grades K-8, with 6 years' teaching experience in grades 6-8, I am fully qualified to tutor Elementary K-6.

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