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...My personal educational background is quite broad. I began my American college career as a math major at Princeton University after spending a year studying mathematics at Imperial College, London--an MIT type institution--in the UK. I achieved perfect scores on my A-levels--UK college entrance exams--in mathematics, further mathematics, physics and chemistry and a perfect score on my SAT.
New York, NYView Tutor
...Calculus is the most difficult math most students will ever study - unless I tutor you. I have great explanations of the three major Calculus concepts: limits, derivatives, and integrals/antiderivatives. I explain the ideas of calculus in such a way that you actually understand them.
Little Falls, NJView Tutor
...Algebra II is often difficult for students because they have trouble seeing the link between the equations (which are abstract) and the real world. I try to bridge the gap to show how the math represents the real world and also to look at alternatives in teaching and visualizing the key concepts. I have many years of professional and academic experience working with Excel.
Livingston, NJView Tutor
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