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...I have Massachusetts licensure to teach middle and high school mathematics, and I am currently employed teaching Geometry, and Precalculus on the North Shore. I've been tutoring and teaching (mostly math) for the last ten years, and I feel my teaching experience helps me be a better tutor, while...

...I studied math at MIT, and I've tutored ordinary and partial differential equations to math, physics, and engineering majors at Boston-area colleges for years. I can teach any topic in the undergraduate curriculum, including: -- systems of linear first-order ODEs -- differential operators and a...

...When needed, I am able to break the content down into manageable pieces such that the student can understand the content and be successful. I believe that student, with the right supports and guidance, can be successful in mathematics. Over the last 20 years, I have assisted several students successfully prepare for the GED.

...I have a solid understanding of calculus gained through earning a PhD in physics and from learning mathematics in a profound way. I was always interested in mathematics and in high school and was a mathematics olympiad regional winner. Physics and computer science both requires a deep command of mathematics, and so since then my knowledge and abilities have continually grown.

...Even if you aren't shooting for 800, the SAT math exam is definitely one where you can markedly improve your score with even just a limited amount of studying and practice. Fortunately, the SAT math exam covers a specific, well-defined set of topics, and tends to ask the same types of questions ...

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