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...So this ties their hands considerably. Just like in the Writing section, the list of rules you need to know in the Math section is both finite and manageable. Mostly it boils down to the formulas you learned (in theory) back in algebra and geometry.

...I help students build simple, consistent routines. I teach them to pace study sessions to maximize focus. I also point out just how creative and visual they are and how that is an enormous asset.

...I taught Algebra II for five years and helped to redesign my school's curriculum for this course. I would love to help make Algebra II more exciting and accessible for you. I've taught three years of AP Calculus AB, and I love this course.

...I currently teach physical science. I took genetics in college and got an A. I was the TA for the course the following year, so I led weekly discussion sections and homework review.

...I also taught a seminar on public speaking. While in college, I tutored for the Mathematics and Computer Science departments, working with students on an individual and group basis. Topics taught included basic math, statistics, probability and calculus as well as computer programming languages, algorithms and data structures.

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