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...I have taught the SAT and SAT Subject Tests privately for 3 years since graduating from the University of Pennsylvania in 2012. My personal SAT score from high school is 2280 (800M/780CR/700W), and I also received an 800 on the Math II SAT Subject Test and 780 on the Biology SAT Subject Test. A...

...One of the good things about Algebra 1 is that you can usually check your answers, so I will help you develop techniques that will lead to fewer careless errors and improved problem-solving skills. I can help you achieve success in Algebra 2! In addition to teaching and tutoring Algebra 2 stude...

...Some of my students having been on that team. Many more have reached the semi-final stage of that competition. I have, over the years, also tutored many college students in various physics courses in which they were enrolled.

...I have Massachusetts licensure to teach middle and high school mathematics, and I am employed teaching Algebra 1, Geometry, and Precalculus in the Boston area. My experience at Boston University helped to support and develop many intuitive strategies from my previous teaching positions. Prior to moving to Boston to attend BU, I spent three years teaching mathematics in private schools.

I will help my students learn how to solve problems, not just memorize facts and figures. Starting with an assessment of your current strengths and areas for improvement, I will put together a plan to improve your academic performance in the physical sciences or mathematics. My goal is to see you reach a personal "Aha! moment" during each session.

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