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...The SAT is a globally recognized college admission test that lets you show colleges what you know and how well you can apply that knowledge. It tests your knowledge of reading, writing and Math. The Math section requires a basic knowledge of numbers and operations; algebra and functions; geometry and measurement; and some data analysis, statistics, and probability.

...I am mostly comfortable with MLA but am also familiar with APA. I have tutored many students in Statistics. I know it can get overwhelming and confusing because there are a lot of terms and concepts to memorize.

...Call to get started right away!I am an educator with 25 years of experience in teaching Algebra and higher levels of mathematics. Additionally, I have trained mathematics teachers on best practices and can help your child improve with their math skills right away. I have been described as very ...

...Over the last decade, I have helped students get into: Stanford Columbia Emory McGill NYU Bates and many more! I continuously tutor my students through the school year and I have successfully prepared more than ten students for Regents. I have tutored and prepared students for Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Trig, Geometry, Physics, Biology, Earth and Space Science Regents.

...When working with students, I try to target the source of misunderstanding and then lead them through their own series of logic to understand the process. My job is to clarify any ambiguity the student might encounter. To do this, I often create simpler problems for the students which illustrate a point and then generalize the point to the problem at hand.

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