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...During my time at the Bronx high school of Science, and at St. John's University, I took many courses in math, including Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and Calculus. Most of these math courses dealt with some form of probability.

...It took me until the end of high school to truly learn how to proofread. Unfortunately students don't learn grammar as rigorously as necessary to have full-fledged proofreading skills. I can instruct students to use a variety of proofreading techniques.

...I have worked with students in elementary (grades 2-5) and middle school (grades 6-8), helping them to become proficient in reading, comprehension, science, and math skills. All students showed significant improvement in the subject areas, and went on to do well in the state wide exams. I have...

...The course covered linearfirst and second order differential equations, applications of differential equationsin physics, solutions involving power series, separation of equations, etc. I will soon be doing a course in Partial Differential Equations. This coursehas as a pre-requisite ordinary differential equations.

...I think that it is very important that my students learn to understand the meaning of the material, and I am confident in my ability to help them do so. I received a score of 700 on my SAT Math test when I took it. I received A grades in math up to Calculus during undergrad.

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