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...I also placed 7th at the national tournament. At Harvard, I worked extensively with Harvard Model Congress, a government simulation for high school students, which involved coaching them in the ability to communicate complex ideas. I am comfortable coaching all kinds of public speaking, from dramatic monologues to policy debate.

...I have been teaching for over 30 years in high school and college an array of subjects in **math** and physics. I can help with theory and homework, and help students improve both the understanding of the subject matter and their grades. Over the years, I have learned the winning formula for great ...

...I have tutored many ages in Mathematics primarily on the middle school level, but I am comfortable teaching younger/older children as well. I graduated valedictorian of my high school and was in the Math Honor Society (Pi Mu Epsilon) in college. I am available on weekends from 9am to 6pm.I have a Bachelor of Science in Economic Analysis as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics.

...Often times, it is a weakness in basic **math** which prevents the student from succeeding at the higher levels. So what I like to do is take students back to earlier material and identify their weak areas, so that we can attack the root cause of their difficulty. Doing this really builds up students' comfort level with **math** in general, and makes their current goals a whole lot more attainable.

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