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...I also taught and tutor MATH at different levels (in high school and the university).
I have a PhD in physics so I had to use calculus and **precalculus** during all my education and also during my career. Both calculus and **precalculus** are like our mother language for physicists. I also taught ca...

...I've also devoured the teaching materials from several well known test prep companies in order to understand how they break the test down to help students with a variety of learning styles. We'll zero in on the issues most important to your LSAT success to save you study time and make test day a...

I am a graduate of Drew University with a double major in mathematics and computer science. I have tutored various students on all sorts of math ranging from high school algebra to college level calculus. While attending Drew, I was also a teaching assistant for Calculus I and was responsible for ...

I just finished teaching a full year at a Middle School where I taught the advanced mathematics courses in Pre-Algebra and Algebra I. I am certified in both middle school and high school mathematics and have formally taught (in the classroom) Pre-algebra through Geometry. I have also tutored in Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus.

I began my tutoring career in earnest while in high school, working with relatives and family friends. My most extensive tutoring experience is in math, particularly algebra and geometry. My proudest tutoring moment was intensively working with my cousin on his algebra class, which he was in danger of failing.

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