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...My passion is to work with students on this material and help them gain confidence in the conceptual as well as mathematical principals of Physics. My passion is to help students gain confidence in basic math principals. I do this by showing students how to approach the problem and can generally explain multiple approaches.

...Whether you are aiming for that 800 on the Math SAT, or simply trying to make it through your physics course unscathed, please feel free to reach out to me and let me help you in attaining your goal!I am a NJ Certified Teacher of mathematics with experience in teaching public schools, several yea...

...Over the years, I have helped many people improve in their classes by an entire letter grade or more. When it comes to pre**calculus**, I take great pride in being able to explain the concepts very thoroughly, deeply, and clearly. When students understand the material, it becomes less scary and they don't feel as though they are simply memorizing a series of disparate facts.

...I then work with the student to improve their speed and confidence without sacrificing accuracy resulting in significant improvements in relatively short time. I also offer algebra 2 review for test prep, including SAT Math and the SAT Subject Test in Math. Due to my Biomedical Engineering background, you can expect a strong mastery and grasp of Biology.

...I'm very patient and will break down a concept into more digestible chunks. I will draw parallels and compare/contrast to topics you already understand and can relate to. I will explain an idea from multiple angles until "it clicks".

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