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...I am very easy going and approachable! My philosophy regarding **math** is as follows: it is a fantastic way of looking at the world and also improves necessary critical thinking skills in a student. In my opinion, nearly everyone can learn **math** if given the correct support and instructional methods.

...I tutor all levels of high school statistics, including AP statistics as well as some college level statistics. SAT Math can be daunting for many students. In my years tutoring SAT Math, I've found that by providing my students with a step-by-step method and a series of problem specific strategies, they approach the Math Section with confidence and score considerably higher.

...My students find their grades improving as we work, and I have seen their confidence increase. Prealgebra is an important **math** course because it helps students transition from arithmetic into higher level **math** concepts. It builds on the skills they have developed and uses them in new ways as they begin to learn more difficult concepts.

...I developed techniques that help students raise their scores several hundred points! I work with students to develop a custom study plan that attacks their weaknesses and enhances their strengths. Students that hone these techniques over considerable practice have had great success!

I am a life-long educator with excellent communication skills. I go beyond mere educational content, cultivating students' problem-solving skills through the use of authentic, real-world scenarios. I am a certified K-12 **math**ematics teacher.

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