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...Higher level courses might deal with information theory, logic, graph theory, and operations research. Before taking on a discrete math student, I need to get some idea of what level they are studying. So long as it isn't an upper level college course such as set theory or topology, I can put together a suitable tutoring agenda.

...I've helped one student prepare for the test, using a preparation booklet. As well, I've explained test taking specifically for the SSAT, and helped students prepare for taking tests. If you need some quizzing and review, and reteaching on any area we find you're weak in, we can do that together.

...I have been coaching soccer since the fall of 1993, including 9 years as the head coach of the varsity girls soccer program at Somerville high school, and 16 years of coaching at Boston Soccer Academy/Boston Lightning summer camps. I was granted New York state certification in teaching secondary...

...I believe in assisting my students to develop their critical thinking skills so that, after the time we've had together, they are able to problem solve effectively. I will be graduating with my undergraduate degree in biochemistry in the Spring 2016. As a student, I was able to skip ahead two grade levels in math, taking high school courses as a middle school student.

...If you have a difficult time distinguishing between two or more numbers, you're going to have a difficult time following sequences, patterns, directions and the difference between math functions. (Examples: understanding the difference between 12 and 21 or 123 and 321; distinguishing between 3+4=...

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