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...The new SAT Math test is a 58-question, 80-minute test. It tests material from Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry classes, with an emphasis on problem solving, modeling, using tools strategically, and using algebraic structure. The SAT Math test tries to measure fluency, conceptual understanding and real world application.

...I assign homework after lessons to follow up on key ideas or skills necessary for understanding the material (or tackling how to take the test) and I encourage feedback on things that are or aren't working. I am based in San Ramon and I have a study space available for tutoring students. However, it is no problem for me to travel to another location if that is better for the student.

...I will be tutoring Prealgebra, Algebra 1 and Algebra 2. If you want to improve your mathematical competence and you are living in the Bay Area, California such as Fremont, Newark, Union City, etc. you can trust me. I will apply the strategy of scaffolding in math teaching so that you can believe in yourself to figure out the answers for the math problems in the above-mentioned subjects.

...I am certain in my capability to provide high standards of teaching services. Previously, I had been teaching Mechanical Engineering subjects to both graduate and undergraduate students. I have also taught Math to high school students as a community service.

...I've taught three years of AP Calculus AB, and I love this course. My 50 students over the past years have a median grade of 4 on the AP exam, with more than 50% earning a 5 (highest possible score), more than 75% earning a 4 or above, and more than 90% earning a 3 or above. The AP exam has lot...

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