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...Those problems that appear complicated are just a series of simple concepts woven together. I deconstruct the problem for students so they can understand the simple problems woven in to what "appears" to be a complicated problem. Typically, if math is complicated it's because the method of instruction is complicated.

...The key to the SAT Reading section is in vocabulary. Exposure to the roots and forms of words, as well as how a word is used to provide depth and meaning are required to do particularly well in SAT Reading. That being said, I nailed it with a 770 of 800.

...You will be able to improve too with practice and a better understanding of the basic concepts. I scored a 770 on the math portion of the SAT despite the fact that I am slow with computation and found studying the subject to be tedious. In pre-algebra, when my teacher suggested that perhaps I needed to study more, I studied through the rest of my text book and skipped her pre-algebra class.

...I tutored small groups of students in Statistics, individual students in College Algebra, and worked many hours in the college's Math Lab, where I offered individualized support to students in many college math classes up through Calculus 1. As a teacher, I have taught Algebra 1, Algebra 2, PreA...

...My approach is to teach from the student's perspective, in order for students to gain a personal understanding and enjoyment of the subject. Please feel free to inform me of topics of study and specific needs so that I can more effectively prepare for each lesson. I have a flexible schedule thr...

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