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...I will work with you to find out the most fun, engaging way to teach you. I entered my undergraduate university with more than 50 credits from receiving 5s on many advance placement courses, including biology, chemistry, math and French. I graduated from Cornell with a 3.75 GPA and my GRE and SAT scores were both above the 90th percentile.

...I tutored my two kids since they were in elementary school. I worked with them on my specialties, math and physics, all the way through high school. As a result, they were able to fully understand these concepts and excelled in the classroom and in their extracurricular activities, both earning a 4.0 GPA and top percentile standardized test scores.

...I have also taught Geometry in the classroom in a rigorous and challenging prep school environment. As someone with several years of experience teaching Algebra 1 as a course, I understand the importance of pre algebra in preparing students for this critical course. I know what are the key skills in pre algebra that will be built upon i algebra and further math courses.

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