...Personally, I think the ACT math section better covers real world expectations for most students - obviously math and physics students need more skills than the ACT covers, but not everyone in the world plans on being one of those two professionals. For the rest of us (even many scientists), apt... (read more)
...I have previously taught Algebra II at the high school level. I also focus on a number of Algebra II topics when I teach my Pre-Calculus students. As Algebra II topics continually show up on the SAT, I revisit these types of questions throughout the course. (read more)
...I also hold a Master's degree in math from Boston College. I was the recipient of the Teaching Excellence Award at BC and the Teaching Inclusion Award from BHS.I have over 5 years SAT tutoring and teaching experience. I've helped over 75 students prepare for the math SAT and I've taught several SAT Boot Camps. (read more)
...Too many students believe that they are "bad at math", or "bad at science", when their real struggle has been with the demands of one-size-fits-all education. Some students miss out on learning in school because they have their own troubles at home in life, or with specific teachers or teaching styles. And some subjects - such as Evolution - are simply not taught in all school systems. (read more)
...At the college level, I have tutored physics to students of Boston area colleges, including MIT, Tufts, BU, and Northeastern. I was also an undergraduate teaching assistant for the classical mechanics physics class while I myself was a student at MIT.
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My initi... (read more)