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...I also find real-world applications for the Pre**calculus** concepts whenever possible, so students see how relevant math is in their lives. Pre**calculus** is much more challenging than Algebra 2 and covers more topics so I always tell my students that they should devote twice as much time to their Pre...

...I know the subject matter of finance well, including the mathematics of finance up through stochastic **calculus** for Black-Scholes / option pricing. I am an excellent tutor for GMAT preparation, specifically for the quantitative portion of the exam that covers data analysis, reasoning skills, patt...

...In fact, I enjoyed teaching so much that I kept on doing it to this day. Through the years, I have worked mostly with junior high and high schoolers, but I have also worked with kids as young as 4th graders and adults at university or community colleges. My number one goal is the academic success of my students.

...To be successful on ACT preparation, the student must be prepared for a significant commitment and effort. A tutor can help the improvement process and keeping focus on the end concern--improving the test score. I recommend a minimum tutor time of 6 hours or 4 sessions of 1 1/2 hours.

...I like to ensure my students have work to go home with to continue their improvement during our sessions and at home. I like to hold myself to a high standard. Due to this, I encourage feedback from both the student and parents and I will never charge for a session in which the student or parent is not completely satisfied with my tutoring.

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