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...Prior to that, I taught my robotics teams to create 3D-animations for competitions using Maya and 3D-Studio Max. I'm also proficient with GNU 3D programs such as Blender. I've been teaching math including linear algebra for 10 years.

...I completed an undergraduate Computer Science minor, and am now a graduate student in the related field of Applied Mathematics. I am familiar with Python, Java, command line use, internet programming tools and various packages specific to mathematics (MATLAB, LaTeX, etc.). I was first exposed to...

...I was a semifinalist at the Cornell Concerto Competition in 2007. I have been playing violin since the 4th grade and have undertaken leadership roles during my time in orchestras. I have been a section leader in school orchestras and concert mistress of a community orchestra.

...I have been tutoring since my days on the Math Team at Stuyvesant HS. I was a high school teacher for a brief time and, more recently, I taught Probability and Statistics at Stony Brook University for a few years, where I received the President's Award for Excellence in Teaching. I believe that...

...Performing well on exams like the SAT, ACT and GRE is partially about the mathematics and partially about the strategies needed to do well. See my blog about some basic strategies. One of the biggest differences between the ACT and the SAT is that the ACT also has some trigonometry included in the test, which usually students do not see until their junior year.

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