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...I can help you solve systems of linear equations and quadratic functions, graph conics, perform combinations and permutations, and manipulate matrices. I can help you get started with Excel to set up simple tables of data and calculations or perform more advanced computations with Pivot Tables a...

...I have experience tutoring most high school subjects but have a particularly strong attachment to middle and high school math. In my experience, I've found that too many students get frustrated too easily when learning a new concept and quickly declare that they hate math. As a student who was in the same boat for many years my tutoring is especially well tailored to these kinds of students.

...I have tutored GRE prep both privately and for the Princeton Review. I got a perfect score on the GRE and earned my master's degree from Georgetown University. I have tutored SAT prep (reading, writing, and math) both privately and for the Princeton Review.

I have over 20 years experience in tutoring, primarily in high school and introductory college level physics. I know that physics can be an intimidating subject, so I combine clear explanations of the material with strategies for how to catch mistakes without getting discouraged. Keeping a good attitude can be a key part of mastering physics.

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