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...Additionally, I voluntarily retook past math courses to master the basics and challenge myself with understanding the world of math conceptually so that I could then "create" the math necessary to solve problems before I was taught. In college, I later learned that the math I was creating in thi...

...The goal is to become a better problem solver using tools given to you by your instructor. I have experience in finding what pieces in this mathematical foundation are missing and I fix any misconceptions that may come up while tutoring. Logic is a topic usually taught with Geometry.

...My major in college (Architectural Engineering) also required manipulating trigonometric equations and applying trigonometric concepts. Engineering calculations often require calculating vectors, unknown angles, and using trigonometric functions to predict possible movement of a building. So I am very comfortable with the material because I use it often in my work.

...I have six years of experience tutoring students for the English Language Arts and Mathematics Regents exams for grades 3-12. I work to reinforce and expand on what the student is learning in classroom so that the child is fully prepared for success on the exam. I use current textbooks approved by the state, as well as practice material from previous Regents exams.

...Finally, for students who live outside of a convenient location, I offer tutoring via Skype. Background/Credentials:I have a Mathematics degree from Duke University and an advanced Regents Diploma from The Bronx High School of Science. I scored 100, 98 and 98 on my Sequential Math I, II and III...

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