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...When needed, I am able to break the content down into manageable pieces such that the student can understand the content and be successful. I believe that student, with the right supports and guidance, can be successful in mathematics. Over the last 20 years, I have assisted several students successfully prepare for the GED.

...As a computer science major from Cornell University, Engineering, I took several courses in MATLAB, including programming courses as well as numerical analysis courses. I specialize in creating high performance algorithms in ultra high frequency trading, where core numerical routines are used, mostly involving MATLAB. I also got an offer to work at Mathworks, the company who created MATLAB.

...I have a PhD in physics, have worked as a post-doc in Biology and was a mathematics olympiad regional winner in high school. In addition, I tutor and have tutored in mathematics from elementary school to high school and throughout college. I have a good command of the material, even well beyond the regents themselves.

I completed my Master of Arts in Teaching degree in Mathematics Education from Boston University in 2010. I have Massachusetts licensure to teach middle and high school mathematics, and I am currently employed teaching Geometry, and Precalculus on the North Shore. I've been tutoring and teaching (...

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