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...I teach students how to understand what is being asked for in the questions and how to read them, and they are surprised at how much they know! Besides facilitating ACT/SAT Prep classes for 12 years, I have taught speed reading, vocabulary and comprehension to students taking these tests and others. I have also worked with students on test anxiety and attitude problems.

...I hold a Level III Tutoring Certification from CRLA, a Texas A & M certification program. I also am proficient in teaching students to use their graphing calculators to the best advantage. Let me help your struggling student by showing them the easy way to solve the problem, while providing enough work to satisfy the teacher on a test and homework.

...I am currently working toward a probationary certificate to teach middle school mathematics. I have had over two years of tutoring experience in my college career. I spent one year doing after school tutoring and summer school program for fifth graders.

...Having recently completed (summer 2014) a second degree in math and statistics, I have had extensive practice with advanced statistical models and have no problem conveying the concepts dealt with at High School and first year college to my students. SAT math is an area I have put a lot of effor...

...As a certified math teacher in Cy-Fair and as a tutor, I believe that anyone can learn and understand math. Those problems that appear complicated are just a series of simple concepts woven together. I deconstruct the problem for students so they can understand the simple problems woven in to what "appears" to be a complicated problem.

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