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...It repeats some of the material from Algebra 2 but with some additional and more complex ideas. And it introduces entirely new concepts that the student has not seen that he/she will be assumed to know when entering calculus later in his or her education. There is more abstraction than in Algebra 2 and a greater requirement for rigorous thinking.
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...I have taught several undergraduate level math courses at Harvard for which I have received teaching awards, as well as tutored some students privately. I have also studied in MIT and did my undergraduate in Electrical Engineering at IIT, Madras where I graduated the top of my class. I am very good at taking standardized tests.
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I have scored in the 99th percentile on the LSAT and now I'm eager to pass my knowledge on to you! I have helped enough of my friends and other college students to know that ANYONE can succeed on the LSAT, it's just a matter of refining your test-taking strategy. The LSAT is designed to test one's...
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