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...I don't tutor VBA programming or Macros. Many students struggle with geometric proofs because the skills involved are unique to geometry and require a different level of conceptual thinking than other high school math courses. I've been tutoring high school geometry since 2006, and I've helped write and edit several workbooks and the teacher editions of geometry textbooks.

...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.

...Having witnessed ?learned helplessness? and math phobias, both in school settings and beyond, I strive to help students to develop positive attitudes regarding mathematics. Mathematics is a stepping stone, not just a frustrating high school class. I use my energy and enthusiasm to promote positivity and active learning, helping all students access the mathematics curriculum.

...I can meet near Alewife, Harvard or MIT and at your house by previous arrangement.The reason for my success in tutoring kids is that I am able to help them learn material thoroughly and quickly. Generally, I use spacial reasoning and memory palaces to help them learn content and make this palace...

...Algebra 2 is one of the subjects I've been tutoring in this year, twice a week since October. There are some areas that students tend to find difficult, such as matrices, where this may be their first exposure. Other areas are slight expansions over the Algebra 1 material.

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