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...I can help you write more clearly and avoid those annoying grammar errors that English teachers hate! Learning a subject isn't just a matter of memorization and formulas. It takes seeing the concepts and understanding how the pieces fit together and apply to the problems you have to solve.

...Most high schools these days don't offer a course solely in **trigonometry**; rather, trig is typically integrated into a pre-calculus, algebra 2, or geometry course. I studied literature as an undergraduate at MIT and Harvard, and I'm currently an Assistant Editor at the Boston Review -- a national...

...SAT math is modeled on the high school math curriculum. I was a certified math teacher in NY for 3.5 years before continuing on with my masters in mathematics. I am well versed in the high school math curriculum and in both the SAT and GRE math portions.

...Exploration begins with understanding the basic ways concepts interact with a special focus on "if, then" statements. Once this is mastered, we begin exploring how mathematics and the natural sciences "reason logically" and how our basic understandings of natural laws develop from basic relation...

...I like to find the right balance between identifying patterns through the repetition of a given category of problem, and asking more conceptual questions. Advanced algebra was one of my favorite subjects in graduate school, where I earned an "A" in at least three or four such courses. The same concepts are in elementary algebra, and I have a good amount of experience tutoring at this level.

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