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Sam E. ...As a full-time tutor since graduating from Columbia University and a native New Yorker, I have a lot of Regents experience. The most common standardized tests with which I help my students are Regents exams. While Regents exams are not as intensive as SAT IIs or AP exams, they do require guided practice and understanding.
42 Subjects: including SAT writing, SAT reading, SAT math, English
New York, NY
David M. ...I also studied mathematics at Imperial College, London for a year where I took 8 courses in pure mathematics including Geometry and Linear Algebra. Finally, I studied mathematics at Princeton University where I again encountered this material in a class I took with Professor Sarnak in freshman year: Honors Linear Algebra. I'm very familiar with it.
41 Subjects: including SAT math, chemistry, SAT writing, SAT reading
New York, NY
Justina M. ...I taught it for the Princeton Review at the University of Puerto Rico for 6 years. I can teach how to properly work the passages and evaluate your errors in order to get the maximum points on the verbal section. I have extensive experience in helping students come up with an individual strategy to get the most correct answers possible within their personal abilities.
40 Subjects: including SAT reading, English, SAT writing, reading
New York, NY
James W. ...In my undergraduate studies, I made a point of taking as many graduate courses in philosophy as I could, which, in addition to preparing me for graduate school quite a bit, provided me with countless opportunities to write many high-quality college essays. I rose to this challenge, graduating Summa Cum Laude with a general GPA of 3.99 and a departmental GPA of 4.1. My current GPA is 3.9.
23 Subjects: including SAT reading, GRE, grammar, SAT writing
New York, NY
Benjamin N. ...It's a step out of the morass of arithmetic into a more obviously structured way of thinking. Physics is different things to different people. As a body of knowledge, it's the collection of experimentally verifiable ideas about how the objective world works.
25 Subjects: including SAT math, chemistry, SAT writing, SAT reading
Brooklyn, NY

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