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...I earned my Base SAS certification in April 2010 and I plan to pass my Advanced certification exam by September 2010. I have also taken classes in Clinical SAS programming in which I designed tables, listings and reports from given shell scripts. I have a BA in Mathematics and an MS in Statistics from Rutgers University.

...The study of Trigonometry begins with the unit circle, and often one of my first exercises with a student who is struggling in Trigonometry is to graph the entire unit circle together, to help them see exactly where all the numbers involved in it come from and begin to understand the logic of how...

...One of my favorite success stories is of a college student who had to take a prerequisite algebra course. She enlisted my help after failing the midterm five times. (If students failed the midterm, they were not allowed to take the final and had to take the class over again.) After three session...

...It builds on the skills they have developed and uses them in new ways as they begin to learn more difficult concepts. Many of my students first come to me at this level, and as we work they find confidence and improved skills. I am constantly working to show students the "whys" of understanding math, not just how to "do" the problems.

...I also currently volunteer with a non-profit organization called Paterson Education Fund, which helps support elementary as well as high school students in the city of Paterson, N.J.. I am also studying to prepare for my teacher's certification program next year. During the past few years, I hav...

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