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...I've helped more than 100 students reach their highest potential on test day, and, to put my money where my mouth is, have taken and aced the SAT myself multiple times (Three perfect 2400s so far - and one 2390, GRRR!). I'm looking for students who want to work hard to do the best they can in th...

...Knowing what is in store for those students aspiring to take the higher level math courses, my focus is squarely on those necessary fundamentals and skills. Cementing these skills at this early level of math better prepares the student in all subject matter requiring math skills as do most all o...

...My favored method of teaching is using the Socratic method of asking questions that encourage the student to reach the answers on their own. I like to have the student gain an understanding of the reasons behind a particular method of solving a problem instead of merely showing a mechanical way ...

...Linear Algebra: My background in Mathematics is quite deep and extensive, and Linear Algebra happens to be my favorite of the sub-disciplines. It is where the true beauty of Mathematics begins to be apparent, and where one can finally see the deep connections that exist among mathematical structures. I matriculated into the Doctoral Program in Mathematics at University of Illinois.

...The essay portion of the SAT has its own distinct, teachable set of strategies and techniques. First, I familiarize my students with the range of prompts they can expect to encounter. We then practice an effective, efficient approach to developing a thesis and supporting evidence, which in turn...

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