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...As a former middle/high school math teacher, I have vast experience with the math content on the SAT. When needed, I am able to break the content down into manageable pieces such that the student can understand the content and be successful. I believe that student, with the right supports and guidance, can be successful in mathematics.

...I took introductory and intermediate economics in college, and had to study more economics for actuarial exams. I majored in finance in college, and minored in math. I have worked in the finance and accounting and insurance fields for twenty years.

...I have taught at the Community College level in Florida, and taught undergraduate courses at a 4 year University while in Graduate School. I have also taught several professional review courses in the actuarial and insurance fields. Please note- I only tutor on weekends, and only in Wellesley.Introductory to Intermediate Statistics theory and applications.

...I was able to place out of the course after examination by two professors. I constantly use discrete mathematics in my job as a ultra high frequency quant. I have 10+ years of object oriented programming, use C++ extensively in my current line of work (high frequency trading) for low latency technologies, in the microsecond space.

...It is fascinating to find out why things happen the way they happen. Similarly, I experience the same enjoyment in math when I understand the way numbers behave and then apply that understanding to real life situations. We are all surrounded by math and science, and a practical knowledge of them makes the world that much less mysterious.

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