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...A rough distribution of questions is Pre-Algebra (20%), Algebra I (15%), Geometry (40%), Algebra 2/Trigonometry (25%). My approach to prepare a student to get good ACT Math score has a sports analogy ? learn good techniques and a lot of practice. There are often multiple ways to solve a math pro...

...I explain each of these smaller parts by teaching a lesson of a particular problem. I will check for understanding as I explain these smaller parts. I will then ask students to explain back the lesson to me.

...I hold bachelors degree in pure mathematics, having studied extensively the proofs and theories behind Geometry. I have also taught Geometry in the classroom in a rigorous and challenging prep school environment. As someone with several years of experience teaching Algebra 1 as a course, I understand the importance of pre algebra in preparing students for this critical course.

...I have tutored students in Geometry and over the summer to prepare for Geometry. I like to make Geometry as visual and tactile as possible for my students so I use methods like origami, studying patterns, cutting and pasting, and even clay to make the subject come alive. I have 3 years of experience teaching Prealgebra in the classroom.

...I will provide small tips which will help to score well on any test.Algebra is the stepping stone of Math. Journey of Math begins with Algebra which can take any student to the heights and sky is the limit for that height. So, to make the foundation strong, I focus on making the fundamentals and concepts clear to the students.

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