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...I am currently a teacher at an Academy and an Academic Coach. My students range from middle school through college. I often work with students with various learning challenges and gear my teaching strategies towards individual students.

...Additionally, I was a resident advisor/tutor this past summer for 55 high school students (80% of whom were international students) at the Summer Focus program at UC Berkeley. For six weeks in this position, I led the math and writing portion of a 20-hour SAT class, and I helped the students to ...

...I really enjoy working with children and voluntarily have enjoyed teaching sisters, cousins, friends, and anyone else where I can help. I am a patient and enthusiastic tutor who enjoys making sure that students are learning the basics of all subjects instead of just getting through an assignment. I've scored 700+ on the GMAT and am currently in the Haas MBA program.

...I have been teaching the basics of math, Algebra I, and Algebra II. In the past fifteen years, I have taught hundreds of students to master the Math, English, and Test Preparation Skills required for the PLAN and ACT, the PSAT and SAT, and the GRE and GMAT. I firmly believe that anyone can learn to do well on any of these tests with my help.

...However, commands such as Print and Open are now in the Backstage View instead of on the Microsoft Office Button. I tutored students in the use of Word in order to gain initial knowledge, use of information, content skills, and improve understanding / performance with the software. Prealgebra is the study of numbers, ratios and proportions, factoring, and fractions.

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