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...Algebra is such a fundamental skill for all further math courses, that it really needs to be mastered. And to do so, students need to have solid capabilities from earlier pre-algebra years, such as with arithmetic, fractions, decimals, negative numbers. I assess those abilities early in our sessions together, and incorporate practice as needed.

...I also have a master's degree in molecular genetics. I have a lot of experience working with younger students, particularly special needs students, so I understand how to explain things when they are difficult to understand. I have also worked as a private tutor for college level biology and chemistry courses and occasionally for math courses.

...Mark's, Brooks, Rivers, Commonwealth. Much of my experience has been with high-functioning students with learning differences (dyslexia, Asperger's, ADHD, etc.), working to help them find ways to apply their strengths to the areas of concern. I have tutored high school math + science coursework, as well as general executive functioning, and also lots of test preparation.

I am currently enrolled in Harvard after graduating Livingston High School in June of 2015 with exceptional grades. Since 9th grade I have tutored many students in my high school and middle school, and look forward to working with more students. My best and favorite subjects to tutor are math, science, and computer science, for any level, but I am qualified and enjoy tutoring all subjects.

...Additionally, since many students find the number of questions for the allotted time to seem very large, I work extensively with students on how to pace oneself and anticipate the difficulty of problems (easy problems are "roughly" first and difficult problems are later). Other ACT Math strategi...

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