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...Contact me to help your son or daughter achieve their goals and guide them toward a great educational future!My experience tutoring students in **math** ranges from Pre-Algebra to AP Calculus, and includes Exeter Math, Investigations Math, ISEE preparation, SAT Math, ACT Math, preparing students for ...

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I have been freelance tutoring for over ten years, and I specialize in content and strategy for SAT and ACT **math** and science exams. I also have extensive experience tutoring high school science and **math**, including biology, chemistry, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus.

...If needed, I also help you estimate how much time the individual tasks will take, so that you know what you're dealing with. "When we I be finished with this?", "Should I take a break?", etc. You're not in it alone - we do the process together. I help you learn what works for you and what doesn't.

...They should have a strong grasp on problem-solving, reasoning and analytical skills. The test also includes graphs, charts, diagrams or tables, so they should be able to understand and apply **math**ematical concepts in real-world situations. The **math** skills that students learn in elementary school...

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