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...I received my Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics from Brown University, and my Master's in Teaching in Secondary Mathematics from Teachers College, Columbia University. I received a perfect score on the GRE math section, which includes statistics content. I taught high school math in NYC, including courses with statistics content.

...I continuously tutor my students through the school year and I have successfully prepared more than ten students for Regents. I have tutored and prepared students for Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Trig, Geometry, Physics, Biology, Earth and Space Science Regents. Every one of my students have passed their Regents, often with honors.

...While there, I tutored students in everything from counting to calculus, and beyond. I then earned a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Bard College in '07. I've been tutoring for 10+ years, and full-time for 6+. I've had students between the ages of 6 and 66, with a focus on high school student...

...I can provide personalized lessons, techniques that have been proven effective, and access to a wide range of preparatory material. An initial consultation is provided free of charge and I will administer a diagnostic test for a reduced rate. I have been trained by a tutoring company in NYC to tutor students preparing for the SAT.

...I have tutored college students in Trigonometry. My major in college (Architectural Engineering) also required manipulating trigonometric equations and applying trigonometric concepts. Engineering calculations often require calculating vectors, unknown angles, and using trigonometric functions to predict possible movement of a building.

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