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...Many students that I have tutored moved to honor or AP track and became math lovers for life. Prealgebra is an important subject in preparation for algebra. This is a building block of concrete knowledge which a student can rely on to verify algebraic results, substituting a variable with a number.

...Having worked for multiple tutoring companies, I have been able to identify which strategies tend to work best for students and use them in my independent tutoring. I also customize sessions to individual students, as no two students learn the same way! Though my specialties are SAT prep and hi...

...Q: Where do meet with your students? A: Usually, in-home or in a public location (e.g. public library, cafes). I'm also certified by WyzAnt for online tutoring.I scored perfect 800s on both the Math section of the SAT and the SAT Math Level 2 Subject Test. I tutor students in SAT Math and the L...

...I also graduated from Stony Brook University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics and Statistics in three years with a GPA of 3.81. I have substitute teaching experience in Math as well as other subjects. I am qualified to teach this subject since I had passed the AP Calculus exam with a 5.

...The first subject I tutored was Math. I began as a competition math team coach at my high school while only in the ninth grade and from there became a private one-on-one tutor for students in Algebra 1 and Geometry. I was the captain of my high school's math team and have always had a serious passion and talent for crunching numbers and teaching others how to crunch numbers.

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