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...I can also e-mail assignments so the students does not forget what they learned during the session. Thank you and have a great day.I have taught this material at Rockland Community College and Bergen Community College. I tutored this subject at a private company for several years.

...This is the most efficient way--perhaps the only way--to truly master the subject matter, and to end up *dominating* the test. It is only when you have mastered the SAT problem solving *without* the clock--and you will, sooner than you may think--can we begin worrying about speed. But guess what: at that point, it will scarce be necessary.

...My undergraduate degree is in Applied Mathematics, and have vast experience teaching Mathematics of all grades and topics. I am a graduate of Stony Brook University with a degree in Applied Mathematics and Statistics. I have a number of years experience teaching Precalculus.

...I have tutored students for entire semesters at NVCC, Univ. of Maryland, and Cornell. Topics include mean, variance, standard deviation, probability, normal distribution and probability, binomial distribution and probability, permutations and combinations, counting probabilities, simple linear r...

...Many students dread the SAT Reading section because they find it confusing. What many students don't realize is that SAT Reading requires a new type of reading: They cannot approach SAT passages like they would a Harry Potter novel. Test specific annotation techniques and a careful understanding of the question types allow students to remove themselves from their "casual reading" habits.

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