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Allen K. ...I had a 92 % passing rate on the regents in my common core geometry class. I feel that my strengths are in communicating key math concepts, and an understanding of the specifics of both the curriculum and on the appropriate standardized tests. Additional strengths include making it relevant to ...
18 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, geometry, GED
Whitestone, NY
Randy R. I want to help you better understand the course material, enjoy the course, and achieve your desired grade! I enjoy teaching math and science to middle and high school students. I tailor my tutoring sessions to maximize each student's understanding and progress in math and science.
7 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry, geometry
Nutley, NJ
Rachel W. ...I believe in practice, not busy work - every exercise I assign has a specific purpose of illuminating the material from a new angle. This way, the student will gain the understanding necessary to apply the principles on his or her own. In my SAT tutoring, I also equip my students with the "tricks of the trade" for optimizing their time and efforts during testing.
19 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, calculus, physics
Closter, NJ
Rachael J. ...I took 5 semesters of chemistry during my undergrad (General Chemistry 1 & 2, Organic Chemistry 1 & 2, and Biochemistry). I am currently tutoring a high school sophomore in chemistry, with much success! I scored a 670 on the SAT math in high school, but more recently, I scored a 730 on the GRE m...
35 Subjects: including algebra 2, English, writing, algebra 1
New York, NY
Cheng H. ...Second, students can be able to solve the problem like this:3/x-1+2/x+2=? To understand this problem, we need to find common denominator and then add up. Sounds fairly simple! 3.Factoring is relatively easy but still needs work. There is a formula to attach this type of problem, if you keep the formula in mind, it won't be too difficult.
16 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, reading, geometry
Flushing, NY

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