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...My belief is that all people CAN learn, whether children or adults, but they just do so in different ways, (i.e. visual or auditory), and so I cater my tutoring style to my tutee's learning abilities. Being someone who loves studying metaphysics, I believe in getting to the root of every issue a...

...I've tutored repeatedly in all of these subjects individually and I've received very good reviews and testimonials for that work. I've also tutored for SAT math as a subject where not only are these subjects tested, but also under test is your speed and your choice of questions. I have a PhD in physics and was a mathematics olympiad winner in high school.

...Finally you learn about the wide variety of real world situations that can be modeled to predict future outcomes from current data. Calculus is the study of rates of change, and has numerous and varied applications from business, to physics, to medicine. The complexity of the topics involved however, require that your grasp of mathematical concepts and function properties is strong.

...I also managed a residence hall and coached lacrosse, field hockey, and the dance team. I taught for one year at a private co-educational prep school in New Jersey, teaching Geometry, Algebra II, and Algebra II Honors. I taught both Algebra II and Advanced Math at a public high school in the Bo...

...I am familiar with the challenges: Students can be non-compliant and choose to conform to negative preconceived notions about their attitude and performance. They may lack trust if previous teachers have let them slip through the cracks. Students in large classrooms are often unmotivated and feel they can go unnoticed.

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