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...I have experience tutoring students with autism, ADD, ADHD, and other learning problems. In preparation for any of the above math-based tests, I focus on imparting deep-level mathematical understanding, and that can only be taught with individual attention. One of my great pleasures is helping students reach moments of epiphany when the light dawns and perplexity gives way to clarity.

...I am well versed in all levels of high school mathematics. Having been a teacher for the past 15 years I have taught every level of high school mathematics with great success. My students routinely come back and thank me for helping them achieve their academic goals.

...Currently, I am teaching in a middle school and teaching students in multiple levels. I look forward to helping you increase your mathematics grades as well as have a better understanding as to what areas of weakness may be.I have taught Algebra 1 for multiple years to students of multiple abili...

...I also received a silver medal for a GPA of 88%. I love Math and sciences. I got 98 on my Algebra 2/Trig. regent, 93 on my Integrated Algebra regent. I got an average of 100 in my college now Calculus class and an average of 100 in my Algebra 2/Trig. class.

...I also have a Bachelor's degree in Education which helps me to connect with students and provide a more efficient learning environment for them to be successful. I use practical examples in my teaching style to help students grasp the topics quickly. I try to make the subject fun for the students so that they do not consider it a burden.

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