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...Based on my extensive experience tutoring students, I believe that **algebra** does not have to be hard or frustrating, and in fact can actually be fun. I have found that students struggle either because their teachers go too fast, or do not explain the material in the way that makes sense for the student. Some teachers just go to quickly for students., and students can fall behind easily.

...I have been a high school math teacher for the last 7 years and have worked on SAT prep with students for the last four years. In the most recent past, I have been tutoring students one-on-one with SAT math prep. I have tutored SAT and ACT mathematics for the last year to high school juniors.

...I am an educator with 25 years of experience in teaching Algebra and higher levels of mathematics. Additionally, I have trained mathematics teachers on best practices and can help your child improve with their math skills right away. I have been described as very patient, can explain topics in ...

...I have a strong, proven track record of successful preparation of Regents. I continuously tutor my students through the school year and I have successfully prepared more than ten students for Regents. I have tutored and prepared students for Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Trig, Geometry, Physics, Biology, Earth and Space Science Regents.

...A lot of people try to memorize as many new words as they can in the weeks leading up to the test, but this tactic really is a red herring. Even if you're trying to score an 800, the test makers don't expect you to know every word in the dictionary. You can actually miss two questions in Critical Reading and still get a perfect score.

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