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...I've taught pre-K through graduate level courses and workshops, primarily physics, astronomy, and **math**. For over four years I worked at a world-renowned institution, sharing my passion for astronomy with self-selected middle and high school students from all over NYC. I have a bachelor's degree...

...Elementary Math's purpose in education is to build a foundation. The goal is to become a better problem solver using tools given to you by your instructor. I have experience in finding what pieces in this **math**ematical foundation are missing and I fix any misconceptions that may come up while tutoring.

...I scored 750 on SAT Math, 670 on SAT Reading Comp, and 700 on SAT Writing.I tutor many young students (7th and 8th graders) in **math** and science. I am well versed in teaching pre-Algebra and complex fractions and equations to **math** students and in teaching the scientific method to science students...

...I approach **math**ematics as an exploration in logic, reasoning, and creative thinking. I enjoy introducing new concepts to students, slowly challenging them with harder problems, and listening to what students find confusing to try to come up with innovative ways of explaining new concepts. In ad...

...My joy is gained through your success. I studied engineering at RPI, and graduated with a BA in Math from Queens College (CUNY)... thought I'd be a **math** or physics teacher but I aspired to attend graduate school in sports biomechanics. I tutored writing in college, coached and umpired baseball and refereed basketball to pay tuition.

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