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...I am also fluent in Hebrew.I can help you solve equations and inequalities, graph functions, factor, and manipulate polynomials. I have an undergraduate degree in Mathematics and am a NJ-certified Math Teacher (K-12). I scored a perfect 200 on the Praxis II Middle School Mathematics test and rec...

...Students usually see how verbal proportions are analogies. I focus on the common ideas in Grammar and Reading Comprehension and use paper cutouts to elucidate the tricky "Abilities" section of the TACHS. I use expected value and other mathematical techniques to teach optimal strategies for test taking.

...I am a visual learner and often find that drawing diagrams and writing organized study sheets are a very helpful way to master concepts and retain information. I think selecting informative sample problems is also a great way to get things started. I am very skilled at phrasing information in multiple ways to tailor a concept to someone's unique way of learning.

...But don't panic. I can explain everything in plain language and analogies (which I make up on-the-fly). And I will show you how to use the knowledge to do your homework. I will even show you a very simple method for memorizing the unit circle, which most teachers require.

...Periodically let the kids take math sample tests to see how much did they improve and identify the required focus areas This is just a common approach I take to help the kids in math. We all know that each kid is different and we have to modify the approach accordingly. If you are really inter...

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