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...I have successfully taught both AP Calculus AB as well as AP Calculus BC. I have personally taught this class a number of times. It is a wonderful introduction to proofs as well as foundational trigonometry that will set the stage for calculus and other deeper applied mathematics.

...I teach my students both the mathematical concepts of statistics and probability, and how to apply these concepts to word problems: recognize the statistical setting described in the scenario, then apply the correct method to solve the problem. The many positive reviews left by my students attes...

...I myself am an academically successful ADHD student and this is a very passionate and personal area for me. I know what it is like to struggle, and I know all the series of paths that students need to take to succeed. Years ago, I began working with Sarkis Family Psychiatry who have been leaders in teaching people what it really means to be ADHD and how to be conscious of it.

I have tutored several students in the K-6 demographic, whose parents sought me out through the website. I raised two sons, one with ADHD, via private school in San Francisco and helped them both to succeed. With my educational background, and my experience teaching as an adjunct professor, I am familiar with the pedagogical methods that can be used to help younger students.

...I have worked with over 100 students on standardized tests, including the SSAT, ISEE, PSAT, SAT, ACT, and GRE. I have experience as a volunteer afterschool tutor for elementary school students. I also taught an afterschool SSAT middle school class to a group of 20-30 students.

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