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...I received my BA in Political Science and History with concentrations in American and European History. I have an excellent understanding of the formation of the U.S., the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, and American participation in both World Wars. I have years of experience in European History.

...The subject explores the following areas: Algebra II Linear Equations and Inequalities Functions (including inverse functions and, composite functions) Linear systems and Matrices Polynomial and Rational Functions Sequences and Series Radical Epressions and Equations Exponential and Logarithmic...

...I have tutored high school and college level students in **chemistry**, physics and math for the past 13 years with proven results. Many students have told me that I was able to explain a concept to their understanding much easier and quicker than their current teachers. I also try to make learning fun and exciting whenever possible.

...I received an A in trigonometry when I took it in High school and liked it ever since, I have tutored Trig to students for over 25 years. Understanding trig is necessary to doing well in physics and most engineering courses. I spent many hours teaching trig to students just so they can do physics problems.

...I also know that practice tests aren't everything. I hope that working together, we can talk about common problem types on the SAT, gauge your current understanding of math as it is represented on the test, and figure out a course of study so that you can show off your math ability when the test date comes! There's more to the SAT reading section than just memorizing vocabulary.

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