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...My approach is to inculcate a process that shows what has to memorized and then how to solve, what appears to be, a very complex problems. Over the past nine years I have help prepare number high school student to take the SAT. This includes both Mathematics and Physics.

...I was best at math and science, and I particularly enjoyed tutoring math. I attended the Mass Academy of Math and Science, a high school for gifted students. I have been tutoring math, science, and English since 2008 and my students have all vastly improved their grades and understanding of the material in the subjects I have worked with them on.

I have over 30 years of experience in the field of education, both as a teacher and as a curriculum developer, with a strong specialty in mathematics. I have worked with a wide range of grade levels, from elementary school to college. I received a BA in math from Harvard University and a Masters i...

...I tutor Algebra, Geometry, Pre-calculus, Algebra 2, Analysis, Trigonometry, Calculus, and Physics. Seasonally I work with students on SAT preparation, which I love and excel at. I have worked successfully with students of all abilities, from Honors to Summer School.

...The Cooperative Admissions Exam (COOP) and the High School Placement Test (HSPT) are entrance exams for admission to Catholic high schools. The COOP consists of seven sections which test a student's verbal reasoning, reading, and language arts skills, as well as math skills. The HSPT is divided into five sections, and it also tests verbal and math skills.

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