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...I have been teaching ISEE and the SSAT for entry into prestigious private schools such as Horace Mann ( ranked number 2 in the US) for several years. Some students come from as far afield as Moscow, such is the demand for an experienced tutor in these tests. I also teach all follow up standard tests such as the SAT, Sat math level 1 and 2, the GRE and GMAT.

...While physics is my specialty, I'm also very comfortable tutoring algebra, geometry, pre-calc, trigonometry, writing, history, biology, or just study skills and organization. I can focus on one area in depth or spread my attention across multiple subjects. You will find my communication style to be very personable, approachable, and upbeat.

...The key things developed in the course are capability with fractions, ability to recognize patterns in solving problems, and applying the skills to solving word problems. Precalculus can be thought of as "Algebra 3," giving students the most difficult and complex Algebra problems and scenarios t...

...I've also worked as a high school teacher's assistant in the math department for 5 years. Algebra is my favorite topic to teach in math. My students have told me that my teaching style is very different from their teachers' and they understand it better the way I teach it.

...I like to try to help students see that that they can do it. My students find their grades improving as we work, and I have seen their confidence increase. Prealgebra is an important math course because it helps students transition from arithmetic into higher level math concepts.

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