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...As a teacher, I provide secondary level education to students by planning and developing course of study based on school district and state curriculum guidelines. I also prepare course of study by developing modifications for several levels of academic ability and prior achievement. I monitor, ...

...I worked with students from all backgrounds to help them with all topics, from solving basic equations to polynomials and quadratics. With all math classes, especially Algebra 2, I try to show students multiple problem solving methods so that they can find the method that best suits them. Wheth...

...I received a 770 (97th percentile) in Math when I took the SAT in 2012. I also spend a summer teaching SAT and MCAT for the Princeton Review. I received a 215 on the PSAT in high school during November 2012, earning a commended score (96th percentile). I also received a 2310 on my SAT during t...

...I have helped many students achieve high scores on important standardized tests including the SAT and several APs. I have tutored for Mathnasium and as a private tutor for upper level math classes. I received a perfect score of 800 on the mathematics portion of the SAT, and a top score of 5 on AP Calculus AB and BC.

...I have tutored students from elementary school to graduate school in a variety subjects. While studying Math, Science and Psychology at Davidson College, I began tutoring elementary level children. Later, while a graduate student studying Psychology and Mathematics at Duke University, I began tutoring undergraduates needing help with Math.

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