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...Those practice books contain the right mix of geometry, algebra, probability, etc. I usually work through such books with my SAT math students, giving them supplemental information in those areas where they need extra help. I have helped several people with the math section of the ASVAB test, b...

...I taught Physics and Math. I start with a review of your interests (to relate physics and math to what you already know and like) and math skills. I advise students that they already know a lot of physics and math, or they could not function day to day.

...After my Baccalaureate in Sciences, I studied math and science at Pierre & Marie Curie University in Paris from where I got my diplomas. I taught in Paris for five years and moved to California where I taught geometry, physics and chemistry in a bilingual school for more than 20 years. There, I was also the Webmaster and an active member of the technology team.

Hi there! I'm an literacy, science and test-prep tutor with substantial experience working with middle, high-school and college students. I?ve been involved in the education field for more than five years and have worked as a tutor and instructor with students of all age levels and in a variety of disciplines.

...In Trigonometry the fundamentals are essential so I maintain a strong focus on definitions and understanding early concepts throughout the course. I am well versed in the math found on the SAT, having tutored a number of students in this area. I know both the concepts and the methods that the SAT uses that make concepts a student knows appear more difficult.

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