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...The Crane School of Music requires all of its graduates to undergo a sequence of four aural skills classes which involved rigorous training in sight singing. I have been writing songs and various compositions for many years now and have a vast portfolio. I am proficient in graph theory and have...

...This is the approach I use in my classroom when I am teaching. I assist students in better understanding each concept by breaking down the mathematical concepts into smaller more precise steps. These steps allow for the student, tutor, and teacher to identify where the misconception or inaccurate ideas are, and then are able to correct the ideas.

...I scored 800 on the Math section of the SAT, and a 34 for my overall ACT score. I have also recently passed the Praxis II Exam in Math Content Knowledge while earning Recognition of Excellence for scoring in the top 15 percent over the last 5 years. I am currently teaching math full-time, and h...

...I have excellent knowledge of the below topics covered within geometry: - Basics of geometry covering angles, lines and understanding geometric diagrams - Properties of triangles - Quadrilaterals and polygons - Surface area and volume - Parallel lines and coordinate planes - Circles I lik...

About Me I have always had a passion for Math and Science ever since I was in Elementary School. That's why I love to teach and share my knowledge in those subjects with other people. So, I started to tutor at my local community college, helping college students with their Calculus or Physics homework and test preparation.

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