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...The SAT Math test tries to measure fluency, conceptual understanding and real world application. My approach to help you get the best results is not to review the material and grade your practice tests to see what problem you did wrong. You can get that from test prep centers, some tutors and also from online test prep websites.

...I will check for understanding as I explain these smaller parts. I will then ask students to explain back the lesson to me. If they are able to do so, then I will have the student do a similar problem with different numbers.

...I have taught AP Calculus for 4 years and the majority of my students have received a 5 on the AP exam. When I teach math concepts such as Calculus, I try to make it more engaging for the student by connecting the math concepts to other subjects. Some students relate more to history and culture so I'll discuss the evolution of unique math concepts.

I truly enjoy tutoring, mentoring and coaching to unlock your potential while having fun! French and Maths are my favorite topics. My approach to tutoring is to practice methodical reasoning and critical thinking to arm my students with necessary skills and confidence to face problems on their own.

...I like to use games to master some of the lower concepts and visual and tactile methods for the abstract Algebra concepts that are introduced in Prealgebra. Precalculus is a difficult course and different schools cover different subject matter. I have come in contact with a number of these courses both in my own education and while tutoring.

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