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...I can cover SAT/ACT math, **calculus** (single and multivariable), all other forms of high school math, discrete math and linear algebra. I'm a highly successful student academically. I excelled throughout high school and got a perfect Reading SAT score and nearly perfect Math SAT score.

...Calculus is very applied...if done right. The course opens the students' minds to new ideas and concepts of math manipulations and even into the process of how these operations came to be. I have successfully taught both AP Calculus AB as well as AP Calculus BC.

...I can help you with a **calculus** curriculum up through multivariable ("Calc 3"), as well as differential equations. "Chemistry is your baby, right?" This question was once asked to me by a student's mother-- she'd overheard a tutoring session. With this question, she taught me something about mys...

...It helps a lot to get a solid foundation in this course, especially if you are planning to take **calculus** later. I've taught **calculus** for over a year at a private agency, as well as grading practice AP tests. I took both AP **calculus** in high school and honors **calculus** in college (and related courses like differential equations), which gave me a strong background.

...All of my students raise their scores by at least a letter grade. SAT students have raised their scores by over 150 points. ACT scores go up by at least 2-3 pointsI graduated from Stanford with a B.S. in Mathematical & Computational Science in 2006 and Oxford with an M.S. in Financial Economics in 2010.

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