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...I then earned a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Bard College in '07. I've been tutoring for 10+ years, and full-time for 6+. I've had students between the ages of 6 and 66, with a focus on high school students and that curriculum, though I am very comfortable tutoring any undergraduate math co...

...I am an experienced mathematics and science teacher, with a wide range of interests and an extensive understanding of **physics** and mathematics. I love to talk with students of all ages about these subjects, and I would like to help you to appreciate their fundamental simplicity and beauty while g...

...Even for more adept students, I can help simplify and streamline the concepts, making them far more "digestible" and mentally accessible. I also ensure the student gets the most points available to him/her. The problem with today's language arts curricula is that not enough emphasis and practice is vested in the art and science of writing clearly and concisely.

...I like to help by finding out what areas need more explanation, and watching problems melt away once gaps are filled in. Trigonometry is the study of relationships of angles and side lengths in right triangles. What can we say about the length of the opposite side of a right triangle if we know one of the smaller angles?

Hello, I hold two Bachelor's Degrees: one in Mathematics from Florida Atlantic University and the second in Land Surveying Science from NJIT. I enjoy connecting with the students to help them with difficulty they are having with math or science. I truly enjoy seeing the light bulb go on over their heads when we are able to make a breakthrough.

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