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...I am Mass. certified; I tutor for the Lexington Public School System and have passed all the required CORI and background checks to do so. I tutor all levels up through AP courses. I would love to help you succeed!I have tutored elementary school students in Reading, Writing and Math for 15 years, both privately and for Commonwealth Learning Centers.

...When teaching Pre-**calculus** I focus on helping students to make the connections between the graphical, table and equation forms of the functions we work with. The SAT is a test that with some simple techniques and practice of specific aspects of high school math content students can improve their...

...I hate seeing students struggle and lose interest in math. I see math as interesting, beautiful, and powerful. I hope to make all students feel confident in their math ability and problem solving ability.

...After this I decided that I would become a better teacher and educator with more knowledge of mathematics. I earned my master's in mathematics and now am months away from earning my PhD in Biostatistics from Harvard University. I have continued my love for teaching and was asked to be the only student allowed to teach graduate students as an actual course instructor.

...I'm passionate about teaching, and enjoy working with students from multiple backgrounds and discussing various topics. I have my Bachelor's degree in Mathematics with a Statistics minor. I got straight A's for all Math major classes including differential equations I & II, linear algebra (both undergraduate and graduate levels), abstract algebra, etc.

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