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Jessica S. ...My goal has always been to “demystify” math so that all my students, regardless of ability, can learn to love (yes, LOVE) math. I have experience – and success - working with top students who are applying to highly competitive colleges and need to ace their ACT/SATs, as well as students who have...
10 Subjects: including SAT math, geometry, ESL/ESOL, algebra 1
Wilton, CT
Melissa F. ...In addition to teaching high school calculus, I have tutored students for the AP Calculus exam and the students each received a 5. With hard work and extra help, many students have the ability to not only pass the AP exam but can do extremely well - even get a high qualifying score of a 5! I currently teach high school geometry and am introducing the new Common Core curriculum in my school.
9 Subjects: including SAT math, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Stamford, CT
Tonia M. ...I tutor the maths and sciences and I specialize in standardized test preparation raising scores 300 points and raising as much as 450 points! Relevant Scores: 750 on the SAT II Math 720 on the SAT II Writing 730 on the SAT II Biology 700 on the SAT Verbal Section 760 GRE Math Section 5 on th...
38 Subjects: including SAT math, English, reading, physics
New York, NY
John Y. ...The mantra to repeat on the Writing section is, "Get rid of the junk." Distill each clause into its subject, verb, and object by omitting the modifiers and appositives. "The boy examines the document." There really aren't many ways to trick the ear, so I will show you how to spot all the ones...
13 Subjects: including SAT math, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
New York, NY
Jennifer H. ...By knowing letter names and their corresponding sounds, children can read beginning leveled texts. After students know their letter sounds and names I progress to teaching the 6 syllable types and syllable division rules. The 6 syllable types are closed, open, vowel-consonant-silent e, r-controlled, consonant-le, and vowel pairs.
39 Subjects: including SAT math, English, reading, ESL/ESOL
Brooklyn, NY

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