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...My approach uses a combination of computer-based and paper-based methods to focus on three questions:What does the student know? What they don't? and How to build on the first to strengthen the second? I have tutored a number of students in math for both the SAT and ACT.

...For this reason, students often go a whole year or more without doing any Algebra, and the transition can leave a student worse for wear. One thing I excel at is recognizing and getting students in this category to remember the important aspects of Algebra that they might have forgotten. I'm al...

...In my many years as a homeroom teacher and advisor, I have gained extensive experience in helping students develop effective study skills and organizational strategies.I have the expertise to tutor elementary students (K-6th). I have 12+ years of experience teaching students in grades 4-6. My sp...

...While a NASA employee on the Apollo Project, I made extensive use of **algebra** and calculus in the development of orbital rendezvous techniques. Later on I participated in the design of the space shuttle and the development of the first GPS operating software, so I have an informed perspective reg...

...My students focus on developing the higher-order skills they need to tackle even the most difficult GMAT questions. I have a degree in theoretical math from MIT and have taught discrete math to students at most of Boston's colleges. I studied math at MIT, and I've tutored ordinary and partial differential equations to math, physics, and engineering majors at Boston-area colleges for years.

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