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My name is Eric and I am currently a student at Columbia University, and I will graduate in December 2015. I also currently work full-time as the program coordinator for the Launch Learning K-8 program at Launch Math & Science Centers. Due to my schedule, right now Sunday is my only free day, but I can also help any day other than Monday or Thursday after 7 pm.

...Geometry demands that the student know many theorems, axioms and postulates. A theorem is a statement that can be proved. A postulate is a statement that is assumed to be true.

...It is mainly for that reason that most of my students obtained high scores (90 +) at the Regents examination. For the last 10 years, I have been teaching SAT Math classes at an academy in Bayside, or privately tutoring individual students. Most of my students earned scores between 700 and 800 on the math sections of the SAT exam; a small number of them obtained a perfect 800.

...I have worked with students of all ages from middle school to college level biology. I have taken many advanced biology courses which have given me lots of experience and knowledge in the subject. I was born learning chemistry.

...Through visual methods emphasizing the interpretation of graphs and conceptual methods built around easy-to-understand analogies, I teach students powerful and effective ways to master precalculus and retain their knowledge. Precalculus is cumulative in many ways and is a gateway to calculus and...

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