...For example, if a student reviews a practice SAT & notices that he or she tends to get percent questions wrong, he or she has only skimmed the surface of the problem. Students rarely understand WHY they get certain questions wrong or how to avoid such errors. In other words, they don't identify...
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...Regardless of how many times I have taught a subject, I learn something new in every teaching session. I also believe that one's interest in a subject depends very much on the teaching one received. Mathematics is my most favorite subject - I simply love this subject.
East Brunswick, NJView Tutor
...I have also done home instruction for the past five years. This includes going to students who are unable to attend regular classes but are required by law to receive instruction from the state of NY.I currently teach Algebra I and have taught the subject for eleven years. My students have had a successful rate of passing the NYS Regents Examination.
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...I also have over four years of experience teaching children as young as 7 at the Gayatri Chetna Center in Piscataway, NJ where I volunteer to teach at the Sunday school. I will be graduating high school this June and I will be attending the University of Maryland College of Computer, Mathematica...
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...A pre-calculus class involves using critical thinking skills to analyze a problem, not just coming up with a single answer. Basic algebra, geometry, and trigonometry topics along with their graphs are used as the foundation. The level of difficulty is increased as multiple concepts are related.
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