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...My experience has not only been as a student mastering complicated subject matter, but I have also had the opportunity to tutor ESL as well as tutor inner city high school students in writing. Cumulatively, I have tutored for 2 years, instructing students ranging from middle to high school years with a variety of different learning styles. Many of my students had ADD.

...While student teaching, I spent many hours working on phonics activities and lessons with the students. Therefore, I feel that I am have a strong background in phonics and I am highly capable to tutor in this particular area. As a substitute teacher, I know that study skills is one area that can be particularly challenging to help students develop.

...By reducing physical phenomena to mathematical equations, our ability to describe and predict the outcomes a wide range of problems becomes possible. Prealgebra prepares a student for algebra by laying down the foundations of the real number system. Students learn operators such as greater than...

...Time management is important, and test-taking strategies are key. When I taught at a Catholic middle school, I helped eighth-graders prepare for these tests. The students were happy with their actual test results, and every student was accepted by a Catholic high school.

I worked for 24 years with the New England Regional Office of the College Board and in my semi-retirement have several years of private SAT tutoring experience. My approach is to build on areas a student feels confident about and develop the ones s/he is having difficulty with. There are no gimmic...

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