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Anne-Marie B. ...I received my Master's Degree from NYU's School of Education and have been teaching for over 20 years. Over the years I began to specialize. My focus became high school students in general and subjects that pertain to them, such as test prep --- PSAT, SAT, ACT, TOEFL, and also College Counseling.
20 Subjects: including SAT reading, reading, writing, SAT writing
Elmont, NY
Allison K. ...Sometimes, you may catch on very quickly. Other times, it may take more time to get you where you need to be. There is no time frame on grasping a concept, so everyone needs to be patient.
15 Subjects: including SAT writing, SAT reading, English, reading
Forest Hills, NY
Jeanette F. ...I will be graduating in early June, and can be available to work as early as June 8. I will be attending the NYU Arthur L. Carter School of Journalism in the fall, pursuing a Master’s degree in Science, Health and Environmental Reporting.
5 Subjects: including SAT math, SAT reading, SAT writing, ACT English
New York, NY
Jehsuamo C. ...In mathematics we call things discrete if they involve: The set of integers, the set of whole numbers, or the set of natural numbers. Where as we tend to call something continuous if it involves the set of real numbers. The study of valid reasoning.
16 Subjects: including SAT math, Spanish, algebra 1, calculus
Yonkers, NY
Sergey O. ...Petersburg, Russia. I have also spent many years participating in computer programming competitions, and I competed almost exclusively in Pascal/Delphi (or Kylix, the unix version of pascal). If you are just starting to learn computer programming, Pascal is a great first language. It is a bit outdated, though.
32 Subjects: including SAT math, SAT writing, SAT reading, calculus
New York, NY

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