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...It's nice to go into an exam knowing that one can derive all those trig function values based on just two memorized facts. The key to studying for the SAT Math section is to get an SAT practice book and work on as many problems as possible. Those practice books contain the right mix of geometry, algebra, probability, etc.

...I have extensive problem-solving experience including winning 1st place at the 2007 ICTM State Math Contest, qualifying for the USA Math Olympiad, and placing in the top 500 in the national Putnam competition. My tutoring methods vary student-by-student, but I specialize in breaking down problem...

...I have continued to use math, and chemistry in my engineering career building scientific instruments for chemistry research (NMR probes). I also enjoy mathematical puzzles and games. I am a chemistry graduate from UC Berkeley. My studies included an advanced organic course and an advanced organic laboratory course in addition to the normal organic chemistry class.

Hello...My name is Dan and I have been a high school math teacher for the past 19 years since graduating from Harvey Mudd College in Claremont with a B.S. in Engineering (Class of '92). I taught 4 years at the Webb Schools (private high school in Claremont 1992-1996), 3 years at School of the Arts ...

...I can make seemingly dull math/science subjects interesting, so my sessions are always interesting to my students. I highly customize to the specific needs, learning styles, and personalities of my students. Furthermore, I keep their parents updated.

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