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...My professional teaching experience includes years spent teaching first graders of high-needs and others teaching middle-school. I learned to cultivate a compassionate yet firm method of organization in my classroom. Students must learn to pay attention to their own discovery process, and seek to improve it from a "clinical" standpoint.

...So I am very comfortable with the material. The most advanced math classes I have taken are Calculus 3 and Differential Equations. As an avid reader and International Baccalaureate Program graduate, I have developed an extensive vocabulary.

...Mostly it boils down to the formulas you learned (in theory) back in algebra and geometry. Here's the snag- you probably won't have enough time to solve all the problems in the same way that you would in your algebra and geometry classes. Some questions REQUIRE you to use the multiple choice answers or strategically fabricate values for particular variables.

...I draw from a variety of programs, but I particularly like the Wilson Reading Method. Their Fundations Program works well with young children and the Just Words Program is excellent for older children to adults. I have six years of experience tutoring students for the English Language Arts and Mathematics Regents exams for grades 3-12.

My name is Nikunj (Nick) P. I am a math and science teacher / mentor aiding students in the areas of mathematics and science. I began my teaching path in the winter of 2002 when I began working with the Metropolitan Center for Urban Education at New York University.

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